Adam Levine's Super Bowl Tank Looks Like Curtain Pattern

Adam Levine's Super Bowl Tank Looks Like Curtain Pattern

Adam Levine's Super Bowl Tank Looks Like Curtain Pattern

In a nod to SpongeBob fans, the National Football League did include a reference to the song during a halftime show transition from headliners Maroon 5 to Travis Scott's Sicko Mode.

"We thank the universe for this historic opportunity to play on the world's biggest stage", read a caption on the band's Instagram account, which also doubles as Adam Levine's personal Instagram.

"I think we put together a show based on the things we had collected over the past 20 years, and most recently we just wanted to make sure we were able to speak, once again, through the music".

"Janet Jackson's good reputation was tarnished for 50 percent less nipple than we saw today", another user added. Performing a few bars of OutKast's "The Way You Move", the rapper became another light in the dark - but his time as King of the halftime show was also short-lived.

The Guardian - " Adam Levine's torso can't save tedious affair". While Travis revealed he only agreed to participate if the NFL would donate $500,000 to Dream Corps, a racial justice NGO (Refinery29 notes, "The NFL has donated millions to the organization in the past to assuage past player protests."), Big Boi and Maroon 5 remained mum.

As you know by now, the band took over the field at the Super Bowl in Atlanta, Georgia earlier tonight but it seems like fans were more excited over a possible Spongebob appearance at the big event.

Who did the #Superbowl Halftime better? Maroon 5, along with guests Travis Scott and Big Boi, opened it up, but the introduction will have to do for fans.

The band's announcement that they would perform at this year's Super Bowl was met with controversy, with calls for them to pull out because of the NFL's stance over some players refusing to stand when the U.S. national anthem is played in protest against the treatment of black people in America.

I would have to agree with Mark on this one.

The NFL's treatment of pro footballer Colin Kaepernick, after the player made a decision to sit during the National Anthem before games back in 2016, has sparked calls from fans and famous faces to boycott the event. CBS, which aired that Super Bowl, was fined $550,000 by the Federal Communications Commission for the 2004 incident, but the fine later was overturned.

Pink, Rihanna and Cardi B all declined to perform, with the latter two doing so due to their support of footballer Colin Kaepernick.

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