Honestly, the better question is probably: When is the Maroon 5 frontman not shirtless? We're honored Goofy Goobers Thanks to all the fans and @trvisxx!
Rumors swirled for months that the iconic song, "Sweet Victory" would be incorporated into the halftime show, and that cameo was all-but confirmed ahead of Sunday's game.
The halftime show yesterday did have a short reference, and it was a nod to "Sweet Victory".
During their performance, Maroon 5 played throwbacks from their early albums, such as "Harder to Breathe" and "This Love", but turned up the volume with pop hits including "Moves Like Jagger".
Colin Kaepernick 's attorney Mark Geragos is chiming in on Maroon 5 's controversial decision to play the Super Bowl LIII halftime show after singer Adam Levine defended the band's reason for accepting the gig.
Adam Levine during the halftime show.
Big Boi also knew how to make an entrance, arriving on the field in a vintage Cadillac convertible, before getting up on stage to sing OutKast's The Way You Move while dressed in a fur coat and red Atlanta baseball cap. When Levine puts a shirt back on, it should read, "I Survived Super Bowl LIII". There was enormous pressure for them to not push through with it, and instead follow suit with Jay Z, Rihanna, and Cardi B's decision to boycott the Super Bowl as a show of support for National Football League player Colin Kaepernick. "I am not in the right profession if I can't handle a bit of controversy".
After all, you'll need an answer to discuss on social media on Sunday night and over the water-cooler on Monday morning.
From there, Maroon 5 brought out a drumline and an entire choir for their performance of "Girls Like You" while the crowd waved its hands in unison behind them.
"I spoke to many people, most importantly though, I silenced all the noise and listened to myself, and made my decision about how I felt", he said.
In 2017, the Twitter account @decentbirthday shared a screenshot of a text conversation in which they responded to an Uber driver's "I am here for you" message with an emotional response, unaware of who the text was from.