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Bridgestone Promotes Madonna Half-Time Show at the Super Bowl

Posted by Shirley Brady on February 2, 2012 09:07 PM

The 53-year-old Madonna promoted her Bridgesteon-sponsored half-time show at Sunday's Super Bowl with a press conference today in which she promised to salsa like the New York Giants' Victor Cruz. 


anthony United States says:

who was the dumb a** that thought that madonna would be a good choice was stupid and high as hell, no one that ive talk to is happy aout this,so many better singer/rappers/rocker to choose from, im really in shock over this,seems lik every year they pick worse and worse ppl, let us americans pick who we wanna see,me and my friends are done with half time show till somethin changes

February 5, 2012 07:45 PM #

superbowl United States says:

I lOVED it! She is 52-53 and rocked that stage! I think it was one of the best half time shows ever!!!

February 5, 2012 09:13 PM #

Tracy Fowler United States says:

She was amazing. Best 1/2 time show I have ever seen. Great job, Madge!

February 5, 2012 08:20 PM #

T United States says:

Man! That SUCKED!

February 5, 2012 08:21 PM #

wildgoose United States says:

Half time show: An extravaganza of excreta.  A tintillating ton of trash. A crescendo of crap. It doesn't belong in a super bowl. Bring back Hank Williams Jr.

February 5, 2012 08:23 PM #

Larry United States says:

The BEST  half time show ever

February 5, 2012 08:24 PM #

T United States says:

It was so over the top Gay, that I felt like a bottom!!! Super Bowl 1/2 time has Jumped the Shark!

February 5, 2012 08:26 PM #

ken mustfaafa United States says:

naw that was a ritual , whats up with the baphomet & head piece on her and the dancer on the left,  great show but damn  the superbowl  is a sporting event not a ritual ceremony

February 5, 2012 09:06 PM #

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