Billy Idol Doesn’t Expect Any Offers To Perform At Super Bowl Half Time Show
Recently speaking to The Associated Press, Billy Idol discussed the possibility of performing at the Super Bowl halftime show, expressing skepticism about receiving such an invitation.
When asked about the possibility of performing during the Super Bowl halftime, Idol remarked:
“That would be incredible. But I don’t know. It would be fantastic, but I cannot imagine me being asked to do it. It would be great. I’d love to do it. It would be amazing if it involved some other artists or a combination of people.”
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The rocker continued:
“That would be great. It would be one of the craziest things in the world to play. Everybody in the country watches it. Playing the pregame for me is good. Pumping people up before it and getting them ready is kind of a fun thought.”
Rock’s Presence At The Super Bowl
The conversation around rock music’s representation at the Super Bowl halftime show is ongoing, with fans awaiting a rock band’s headlining performance. Over the years, acts like The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, U2, and Prince have delivered halftime shows, each bringing their hits to the stage despite occasional censorship challenges and weather complications.
While a halftime show offer may not be on the horizon, Idol is no stranger to Super Bowl festivities. The British rocker is set to headline a pregame concert in Las Vegas ahead of the upcoming Super Bowl, marking his involvement in the event for the second time.