During Sunday’s Super Bowl, Madonna will take center stage for the halftime show. She’s working with the famous acrobat troupe Cirque du Soleil on a concept for the gig, but only time will tell if it’ll fly — or flop.
With that in mind, let’s revisit some of the more memorable halftime shows — both good and bad — of years past.
These days, it seems the only time Mitt Romney opens his mouth is to change his shoes.
On Wednesday, the frontrunner for the GOP presidential nomination added to an already long list of sound-byte-friendly gaffes when he told CNN’s Soledad O’Brien he’s “not concerned about the very poor.”
While Bruce Springsteen hasn’t leaked too many deets about his 17th studio album, his manager Jon Landau says it has “social overtones” and “a very pronounced spiritual dimension.” And now we know a little about its first single, ‘We Take Care of Our Own.’
So as it turns out, the estate of Michael Jacksondoesn’t own the global publishing rights to every Beatles song ever. In fact, the North American rights to six early Fab Four songs have just been snapped up by a company you’ve probably never even heard of.
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