With a history of wardrobe malfunctions, terrible performances and left-shark hijinks, the halftime show has run its course. There is no point in having something that isn’t football be part of the most important football game. In recent years, it’s only caused more controversy and only brought negative attention to the league. It’s time for the Super Bowl halftime show to end.
Not everyone loves football, yet everyone watches the Super Bowl. It’s not because of the sport, it’s because of the halftime show. Every year, the NFL’s championship game is the most-watched show in the United States, but it wouldn’t be that way without the people who don’t watch sports tuning in for the halftime show. We all know that the NFL worships the all mighty dollar, and it won’t want to leave money on the table by ending the halftime show. The Super Bowl halftime show is going to be around forever.
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