Pop band Maroon 5 is set to perform the halftime show at the 2019 Super Bowl.
Adam Levine and bandmates, Jesse Carmichael, Mickey Madden, James Valentine, Matt Flynn, PJ Morton, and Sam Farrar will take the stage in Atlanta, Georgia, on 3 February.
After recent collaborations with Cardi B, SZA, Future, and Kendrick Lamar, speculation is rife about who, if anyone, the California band might collaborate with.
Adam Levine: 'I don't know what Maroon 5 are anymore'
Recent half time include Beyonce, Coldplay, Bruno Mars, Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry, and her surprise guest Missy Elliott.
But Prince’s rendition of “Purple Rain,” during a rainstorm in 2007 is considered one of the best.
But one of the most well known performances came three years earlier when Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson raised eyebrows with a “wardrobe malfunction”, left her nipple exposed on the live broadcast of the event. It was quickly edited out.
Los Angeles based Maroon 5 which started in the mid-1990s, are likely to be less controversial.
Adam Levine, who currently appears as a judge on NBC's The Voice, previously told The Independent: “I don’t even know what the f*** Maroon 5 are anymore, we occupy a weird space. But I’m so tired of ‘you shouldn’t do this, you shouldn’t do that’. I wish a band would come out and be genuinely in pursuit in the biggest amount of fame”. #radio1 #radio1 #music #maroon5 #adamlevine #superbowl #superbowlhalftimeshow #superbowlhalftime #americanfootball #followmeto #cardib #photooftheday #follow #followmenow #followtrain #musicbox #newbands #eatonbankacasemy #xongletonhighschool #holmeschapelhighschool