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Super Bowl halftime show 2016: Coldplay asks Beyonce and Bruno Mars to share spotlight
Chris Martin of Coldplay willingly elected to share the stage with Beyonce and Bruno Mars. He had to be certain Beyonce would outshine him. Beyonce and her dancers wore Black Panther style berets as she stomped across the stadium grass and sang the song’s message of radical black positivity.
National Sheriffs Association turn off video when Beyonce performed at Super Bowl
Members of the National Sheriffs' Association at a Super Bowl halftime party in Washington turned off the volume and video when Beyonce performed her song Formation.
Jane Fonda says Donald Trump is dangerous and fans the flames of racism
Jane Fonda, 78, accused Donald Trump of “fanning the flames of people’s anxieties and racism. It’s terrible and it’s dangerous. Even if he doesn't make it which I don't think he will,
Cam Newton walks off post game interview following Super Bowl 50 loss: I'm sorry
Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers walks out of his post game press conference following their loss to the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50. "I don’t know what you want me to say, I’m sorry,” a very dejected Newton said, prior to walking off.
Beyonce gets political at Super Bowl halftime show by honoring Black Panthers
Beyonce issued a strong political statement with her halftime show at Super Bowl 50. Her back up dancers dressed as members of armed rights group the Black Panthers.
Super Bowl 2016 ads play it safe
Advertisers dusted off their well worn play books for Super Bowl 50, deploying a combination of humor, celebrities and plenty of animals in their annual appeal for the attention of the game’s more than 100 million viewers.
Beyoncé could not save Coldplay’s lame Super Bowl Halftime Show
Kevin Fallon: Coldplay tried its best but it didn’t succeed. Beyoncé and Bruno Mars tried their damnedest to save it, but this year’s show only reminded us how much better it used to be.
Kocktails with Khloe ratings collapse
The ratings for Kocktails with Khloe has lost nearly half its audience. About 238,000 viewers tuned in for the latest edition of the Khloe Kardashian hosted talk show, according to Nielsen.
Lady Gaga’s fabulous super gay Super Bowl National Anthem (video)
Kevin Fallon: Campy, theatrical, and queer as hell, Lady Gaga’s super gay, super patriotic Star Spangled Banner at the Super Bowl is a sign of the times. Of changing, acceptant times.
Taraji P. Henson can't tell Coldplay and Maroon 5 apart: Oooooooopppps - Lmao
Empire star Taraji P. Henson shared a video from the Super Bowl halftime show of Coldplay and wrote on Instagram and Twitter: “YAAAAAAASSSSSS!!!! #maroon5 is life to me!!! #superbowl50 #HappyCamper I am".
Beyonce sings at Super Bowl 2016: I like my Negro nose with Jackson 5 nostrils
Beyoncé used the Super Bowl to showcase new material and announced a world tour. Beyonce sang, “I like my baby hair with baby hair and Afro/I like my Negro nose with Jackson 5 nostrils.”
Rob Lowe tweets about Cam Newton walking out of press conference after Super Bowl loss
Rob Lowe tweets about Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton: "Wow. What a press conference from Cam Newton. So gracious!So classy! So humble! What an example to kids! Just like Peyton. #dab #SuperBowl"
Gillian Anderson becomes an alien in new X-Files finale teaser (video)
A new teaser for The X-Files was released during the halftime of Super Bowl 50 gave a first look at the opening scene of the Fox reboot’s final episode. And boy, was it a doozy.
The Most Memorable Super Bowl halftime shows
From Janet Jackson's wardrobe malfunction to Michael Jackson busting a move - the most memorable halftime show performers in recent years.
Saturday Night Live ratings solid with host Larry David
Saturday Night Live delivered another solid ratings showing with the show hosted by Larry David and featuring appearances by Democratic candidate (and David doppelgänger) Bernie Sanders
Quote of the day
John Legend

"I am hopeful that our generation will demand and achieve radical change in our lifetime. And as artists - all these wonderful artists in this room - we have always played a role in these movements. Our predecessors marched, they wrote songs, they met with political leaders, they provided financial support.”

The Daily Beast
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