Super Bowl halftime show and update

Feb 06, 12

This just in: My Kids like Madonna. I’m pretty sure it’s the first time they’ve ever heard her. And they are quite impressed she’s the same age as their grandmother.

Secondly, we love the Coke Polar Bears. I remember them from when I was a kid and I’m glad they’re back. My kids were digging on it, too.

Lots of commercials feature Twitter hashtags- tell me if you were tweeting about them, too.

This could be a close game. The last three times these two teams have met, the games were decided by 3, 3 and 4 points. It’s still anybody’s game!

It’s Super Bowl 46- what are you thinking so far?

Here’s some recent news related to the Super Bowl:

Super Bowl The Most Nerve-Wracking Thing Madonna Has Ever Done – ‎Feb 4, 2012‎

On Wednesday Super Bowl The Most Nerve-Wracking Thing Madonna Has Ever Done was a top story. Here is the recap: (popmusiclife) Madonna stopped by The Tonight Show on Monday for an interview with Jay Leno. Just days away from her Super Bowl halftime

Wall Street Journal – ‎50 minutes ago‎

The National Football League says it supplied 246 fans with tickets to Sunday’s Super Bowl to compensate them for missing all or part of last year’s title game. Last year, more than 3200 fans found out just hours before the game that their seats in

USA TODAY – ‎2 hours ago‎

By Michael McCarthy, USA TODAY You’ve heard of Joe Namath of the New York Jets’ legendary “guarantee” of victory over the Baltimore Colts before Super Bowl III? Madonna has her own version of a Super Bowl guarantee: no nudity at halftime during NBC’s

Yahoo! Sports (blog) – ‎9 hours ago‎

Madonna is the first female invited to headline the Super Bowl halftime show since Janet Jackson did what she did back in 2004 (technically, last year’s act, the Black Eyes Peas were 25% female, but I think we’d all like to just forget that happened).

Huffington Post – ‎1 hour ago‎

Well before Kelly Clarkson stepped onto the field at the Super Bowl, bets were already being made as to whether or not the singer would make any mistakes. Those betting against Clarkson will surely be disappointed, but the rest of those watching the

Daily Mail – ‎1 hour ago‎

By Iona Kirby It is a daunting task to sing your country’s national anthem while millions of eyes scrutinise your every note. But Kelly Clarkson took on the challenge as she kicked off today’s Super Bowl with a bang. The 29-year-old belted out a pitch

Entertainment Weekly – ‎30 minutes ago‎

by Annie Barrett What is…football? Is it that thing where polar bears try to maul each other to death while figure skating, all for the sake of a bottle of Coca-cola even though we all know by this point that polar bears subsist ONLY on Coke and have a

Globe and Mail – ‎45 minutes ago‎

On Friday, Coca-Cola sent out a small warning over Twitter: the bears are taking over, the company told its followers. “Don’t be alarmed.” It’s all part of Coke’s bid to win the battle for eyeballs in the Super Bowl, but that battle has gone beyond TV.

Los Angeles Times (blog) – ‎1 hour ago‎

Like 100-million-plus American TV viewers, the anthropomorphic Coke polar bears will be watching Sunday’s game live. And the ad they star in during the second quarter will reflect what’s happening on the field. A first-quarter 30-second ad will