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Looks like Pepsi got bounced as the sponsor. No word yet on who will be “entertaining” us.

 

NFL introduces the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show

 

 

The NFL today announced Apple Music as the new partner for the Super Bowl Halftime Show. The multi-year partnership brings together the Super Bowl Halftime Show, the most-watched musical performance of the year, with Apple Music, which celebrates musicians, songwriters, producers and fans, and offers the world's best music listening experience with a catalog of over 90 million songs, and immersive sound powered by Spatial Audio. Apple revolutionized the music experience with iPod and iTunes, and today continues the award-winning tradition with Apple Music.

 

 

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Taylor Swift for the Super Bowl? Fans believe singer will be this season's LVII halftime show act after NFL tease 'midnight' announcement

  • Swift's name has been dropped as a possible Super Bowl halftime performer 
  • The 32-year-old Red singer may be on stage on February 12, 2023 
  • Swift's followers came up with the theory after the NFL made a big announcement on Thursday night that could be seen as a clue
  • It was shared Apple Music will be sponsoring the show after Pepsi dropped out
  • Swift's name was not mentioned for Super Bowl LVII
  • But her fans think it is obvious she will be involved in the big event
  • That is due to the timing of the announcement which came at midnight
  • Swift has regularly made her announcements at midnight 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Ann said:

Shake it off


Taylor Swift for the Super Bowl? Fans believe singer will be this season's LVII halftime show act after NFL tease 'midnight' announcement

  • Swift's name has been dropped as a possible Super Bowl halftime performer 
  • The 32-year-old Red singer may be on stage on February 12, 2023 
  • Swift's followers came up with the theory after the NFL made a big announcement on Thursday night that could be seen as a clue
  • It was shared Apple Music will be sponsoring the show after Pepsi dropped out
  • Swift's name was not mentioned for Super Bowl LVII
  • But her fans think it is obvious she will be involved in the big event
  • That is due to the timing of the announcement which came at midnight
  • Swift has regularly made her announcements at midnight 

 

 

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Like I needed another reason to not watch

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48 minutes ago, Ann said:

Shake it off


Taylor Swift for the Super Bowl? Fans believe singer will be this season's LVII halftime show act after NFL tease 'midnight' announcement

  • Swift's name has been dropped as a possible Super Bowl halftime performer 
  • The 32-year-old Red singer may be on stage on February 12, 2023 
  • Swift's followers came up with the theory after the NFL made a big announcement on Thursday night that could be seen as a clue
  • It was shared Apple Music will be sponsoring the show after Pepsi dropped out
  • Swift's name was not mentioned for Super Bowl LVII
  • But her fans think it is obvious she will be involved in the big event
  • That is due to the timing of the announcement which came at midnight
  • Swift has regularly made her announcements at midnight 

 

 

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Or, with the announcement coming at midnight, it could be a video game that performs the half time show.  A lot of those are released at midnight too as incels everywhere were quick to point out from the friendly confines of their parents' basements.  (Which, oddly enough, is where most of Taylor Swift's 5 adult fans also reside.)

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