The recent Super Bowls have had some surprisingly close action on the gridiron, but let’s face it: the ancillary “entertainment” is invariably craptacular, even when it doesn’t involve a wardrobe malfunction.
Breitbart.com reports that this February, the Rolling Stones will be getting the nod to perform there:
The Rolling Stones will take a brief break from touring to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show.
The rock ‘n’ roll greats will go on stage during the game Feb. 5 at Ford Field, the NFL said Tuesday.
“We are thrilled to perform for millions of fans at one of the most exciting and highly anticipated sporting events of the year,” the band, which earlier in the day announced its European tour dates, said in a statement.
The Rolling Stones are currently touring North America to promote their latest album, “A Bigger Bang.”
The NFL has a history of getting top acts for its halftime show.
Last season, the primary entertainer was former Beatle Paul McCartney.
That followed Janet Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction” in the 2004 game during a performance with Justin Timberlake.
Considering that Mick is 62, that’s one nipple (well actually two) that I hope we won’t be “accidentally” seeing in a couple of months.