Travis Scott Joins Maroon 5 During Super Bowl Halftime Performance 2019

Travis Scott Joins Maroon 5 During Super Bowl Halftime Performance 2019

Travis Scott Joins Maroon 5 During Super Bowl Halftime Performance 2019

Maroon 5, led by Levine of course, performed some of their popular hits, including "This Love", "She Will Be Loved" and "Girls Like You". Maroon 5 frontmanAdam Levine's shirtless stint is particularly getting backlash.

General view of the Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on February 3, 2019 in Atlanta.

People signed a Change.org petition to have the group perform Sweet Victory, and even Maroon 5 hinted at a Spongebob segment in a video shared on Twitter.

With regards to Maroon 5's performance, the pop-rockers called on Spongebob, Travis Scott, and Outkast's Big Boi to lend them a helping hand during the show but it didn't improve their fate.

Travis Scott, Big Boi, an incredible gospel choir, and SpongeBob Squarepants all stepped up to help Maroon 5 carry a loaded Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday.

Levine took his shirt off during the band's set, while performing their hit single "Moves Like Jagger".

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Instead, he's been taking meetings and making calls behind closed doors. "I go out of my way because I am a supporter of Trump". And he'll sit for a television interview with CBS News to air ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl.

One of the most watched shows in the sporting world is undoubtedly the Super Bowl.

'All you goofy goobers out there are not alone in thinking that Spongebob was robbed during his short appearance, which also featured a cameo by Squidward, ' one person tweeted, while another wrote: 'We want more Spongebob, and we want it now!' Big Boi, meanwhile, was on stage in a meme-worthy fur coat and sang one song before also disappearing.

Levine kept a positive message after learning about the criticism, he said, "We thank the universe for making our dreams possible". Kaepernick famously knelt during the national anthem while he was on the 49ers to protest racism and police brutality and last played in the NFL in 2016.

"I've never been more excited in my life to present this to the people because I believe that it's truly a reflection of all of us", Levine said.

While T-Mobile may have taken the right route, major brands or social media pages have always been known to take organic content shared by unknown creators and reappropriate them without permission or credit.

Levine said during the interview the public reaction hasn't affected his and the band's preparations too much. Needless to say, fans weren't impressed that they didn't get to hear the track Sweet Victory during the show.

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