Why Bruno Mars should invite Taylor Swift and Britney Spears to the Super Bowl 50 halftime show

NFL Analysts Want Beyonce and Taylor Swift for Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show
NFL Analysts Want Beyonce and Taylor Swift for Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show


Unless you live under a rock, you've probably heard that the NFL has already offered pop prince Bruno Mars the Super Bowl 50 halftime show. Rumor has it, the 29-year-old "Uptown Funk" singer was also offered the opportunity to curate a special show involving other artists. So right now, all eyes are on Bruno Mars. What will his next move be?

Let's not forget that his halftime show set a new high for Super Bowl halftime ratings, racking in 115 million viewers -- according to Nielsen. Mars' performance set the new high right before being beaten by Katy Perry's 121 million viewers last year.



Reportedly, an offer was extended to Britney Spears and Taylor Swift as well. If the three of them took the stage, the halftime show would surely send Super Bowl 50 ratings to a soaring new high.



Here are some reasons why Mars should invite Swift and Spears to the Super Bowl 50 stage:

1. Taylor Swift is on top of the world.

2. Britney Spears has worldwide smash hits, "...Baby One More Time," "Oops!... I Did It Again," "Toxic," "Hold It Against Me" and more.



3. Swift would bring in a younger demo while Spears (a legacy act) would bring in a broader demo.

4. Spears is an American tradition.

5. Spears' "Piece of Me" residency in Las Vegas is selling pretty darn well. In fact, she just announced the show has been renewed into the next two years.

The three of them combined would skyrocket the show's ratings ... although nothing is booked yet. There sure is a lot of hype for the soon-to-be epic Super Bowl 50 halftime show so stay tuned.

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