Lenny Kravitz Playing The Super Bowl Half Time Show


Singer-songwriter Lenny Kravtiz is performing at this year’s Super Bowl half-time show with Katy Perry in Pheonix, Arizona.

The rocker announced the news on Twitter that he’ll be joining the pop singer on stage on February 1st.

The NFL (National Football League) half-time show is a massive event, with a potential audience of 1 Billion people watching.

The event has been headlined by acts such as The Rolling Stones, Stevie Wonder, Bruce Springsteen, Diana Ross, Aerosmith, Paul McCartney, and U2.

However, over the past decade there has been controversy during certain performances. In 2004, Janet Jackson suffered a ‘wardrobe malfunction’ and during Madonna’s show in 2012, English artist M.I.A. stuck her middle finger towards the camera. The gesture prompted the NFL to file a lawsuit against the singer.

There’s been speculation that the NFL will start charging artists to perform at the half-time show because of the huge exposure the event offers musicians. Rolling Stone published a statement that claimed that band’s sales increase by at least 150% – 400%.

The NFL has yet to confirm or deny these rumours.

The final two teams haven’t yet been finalised for the Super Bowl. The Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts are all still in the running for the final.