The talent show judges who are set to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show


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Football is the most popular American sport and the Super Bowl is one of the biggest televised events in the world. Being asked to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show is a big deal. The place is reserved for only the best artists with a catalog of music that can entertain music lovers of all genres. Everyone from Michael Jackson to Beyoncé brought their unique showmanship to the Super Bowl stage.

In 2015 american idol judge Katy Perry brought her colorful pop tunes and performed to an audience of 114 million. That year was the most-watched Super Bowl in history. As Super Bowl 2022 approaches, we’re listing other talent show judges we think could take the iconic stage.

Kelly Clarkson

american idol The Season 1 winner is on her own path when it comes to contest winners. Clarkson winner Idol is just another accomplishment on his resume. Success records in coaching The voice, the singer has established herself as an icon of pop music. His long list of rock-infused hits are sure to get audiences moving. Clarkson also has great ballads in his music box. Ballads are generally very successful in ending Super Bowl performances.

Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton

Last year’s Super Bowl saw Shakira and Jennifer Lopez join forces to deliver an exhilarating performance. It’s actually shocking that America’s favorite sport rarely features country music artists. The genre is huge and top artists keep breaking touring records. american idol Luke Bryan and The voices Blake Shelton are old friends who could definitely get people moving. Both country singers are no strangers to the Super Bowl. Shelton played america the beautiful. In 2017 Bryan performed ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’. Bringing country music to the Super Bowl can create an exciting halftime show.

Ariana Grande

The voice coach is a sure bet to perform at the Super Bowl in the not-too-distant future. Ariana Grande is a huge star who has the voice as well as the music to entertain us all. The Grammy-winning singer has six albums to her credit. Grande has multiple number one records and has a list of collabs she can perform, which will bring out Nicki Minaj, Miley Cyrus and Lizzo.

Miley Cyrus

Speaking of Miley Cyrus, season 11 The voice the trainer has broken her own records that she can achieve. Cyrus started out as a bubblegum pop star, but in recent years has evolved into a rock star in her own right. The former Hannah Montana actress will bring her unapologetic attitude to the Super Bowl stage. We can imagine Cyrus swinging on stage on his own “wrecking ball”. Last year, Cyrus performed over Super Bowl weekend, so maybe she’s about to hit the main stage.


The season 8 winning coach of The voice knows the music. In addition to his own hits such as chart-topping “Happy,” Pharrell would be a performer who could bring out the biggest stars to ever hit the Super Bowl stage. The producer has worked with Madonna, Justin Timberlake, Jay-Z, Britney Spears and Gwen Stefani. He’s a hitmaker who could bring different genres, all helping to keep the audience dancing for the half hour.

Gwen Stefani

Silent that she is kept, Gwen Stefani has enjoyed wild success throughout her musical career. The former princess of rock music had one of the best-selling albums in 2004. The former The voice Coach has sold 10 million albums as a solo artist and has crossed musical genres throughout his career. It would be fun to see all of Stefani’s eras on the Super Bowl stage.

Paula Abdul

american idol original judge Paula Abdul brings the spectacle that the Super Bowl halftime show demands. The Queen of Pop has several worldwide hits well known to fans of all ages. Abdul has sold over 50 million albums worldwide and was listed on Billboard as the 92nd greatest artist of all time. If you think Abdul has always gotten it, check out his performance at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards.

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Justin Jenkins
Justin D. Jenkins is a writer and host for Talent Recap. He is a lover of all things reality TV and likes to think of himself as a wine connoisseur. Justin was born and raised in New York and is a dedicated storyteller who enjoys being creative in his spare time. He also started his own production company Cre8tiveTribe Media and wrote about art, culture and entertainment for ARTSY magazine.

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