Daily Archive: February 10, 2021

The Weeknd brings bright lights, bandaged dancers to Super Bowl

(Reuters) – Canadian pop singer The Weeknd lit up a pandemic-restricted Super Bowl on Sunday with an upbeat performance of hits in front of a brightly lit cityscape evoking the theme of his newest album, “After Hours.”

During halftime at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, the 30-year-old performer stepped out of a shiny convertible perched high above the stage amid neon signs reminiscent of the Las Vegas Strip at night.

Dressed in a red blazer covered in sequins, black pants and black-and-white wingtip shoes, The Weeknd opened on stage with the song “Starboy” in front of a choir in

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Critic’s Notebook: Despite COVID-19 Backdrop, a Boringly Normal Super Bowl

Even with a reduced in-person crowd — and a spectacular pre-game Amanda Gorman — the event felt mostly like business as usual, with an above-average halftime spectacle and disappointing ads that fans have come to expect.

What was supposed to be a Super Bowl unlike any other ended up the exact same way as seven of the past 19 Super Bowls — namely with Tom Brady holding the trophy and everybody else complaining about Tom Brady.

And don’t get me wrong; I understand why people hate Tom Brady. Heck, I understand somewhere between 10 and 20 reasons why people hate

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Art

Art & Entertainment,Art & Visual,Art & Culture,Art & Design,Digital Art PhotographyDigital Art Pictures menggunakan Fb. In June 2017, we introduced that Yahoo and AOL joined to change into a unified digital and cellular media company as part of Verizon We at the moment are working under these unified Phrases of Service. In case you have a Yahoo or an AOL account, you will want to agree to those Phrases. (Be aware, if in case you have not yet agreed to these Phrases, the legacy Yahoo Terms of Service or legacy Oath Phrases of Service (for AOL) nonetheless apply to your account.) For all Verizon Media services or products which can … Read More

WWE Rumors: Bad Bunny, Damian Priest vs. Miz, Morrison Planned for WrestleMania | Bleacher Report

Team Wilbon's Bad Bunny warms up before an NBA Celebrity All-Star basketball game against Team Stephen A's in an NBA Celebrity All-Star basketball game Friday, Feb. 14, 2020, in Chicago. (AP Photo/David Banks)

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Bad Bunny’s recent training at the WWE Performance Center apparently wasn’t just for show.

The chart-topping rapper-singer is reportedly set to make his in-ring debut at WrestleMania, teaming with Damian Priest to take on The Miz and John Morrison, per Wrestling Observer Radio.

Bad Bunny made his WWE debut at the Royal Rumble with a performance of his hit “Booker T” and ran afoul of Miz and Morrison when they attempted to collaborate. That led to Miz and Morrison being eliminated after a distraction from Bad Bunny at the Royal Rumble match and then appearing on

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