Super Bowl Entertainment

Favorite Super Bowl Commercials

NBC, the network broadcasting the Super Bowl, has sold every in-game time slot for advertisements, including multiple spots for a record high of $7 million per 30 seconds. Super Bowl commercials are one of the few remaining television events where people aren’t skipping the ads. This gives advertisers a large captive audience, which is becoming more rare as people are now watching streaming services, which allows you to skip the ads. This offers advertisers the opportunity to do more storytelling in their ads. 

Being able to tell a story can help brands form stronger emotional bonds with consumers. Also, according to a survey conducted by Forbes last year, about a quarter of the Super Bowl audience thinks that the ads are the most important aspect of the event. After interviewing some students, the favorite commercials were for Tubi, Farmer’s Dog, the Foo Fighters for Canadian Whiskey, Zoolander for Pepsi, Ozzy and the rock stars for Work Day, the Breaking Bad cast for Popchips, Elf cosmetics with Jennifer Coolidge, and finally, JLo and Ben for Dunkin’ Donuts.

Rihanna Slays Super Bowl Halftime Show

Super Bowl LVII aired on February 12, where the Chiefs and Eagles went up against each other. While the football was good, so was Rhianna’s halftime show. From the coordinated dances to the bright visual effects, it was a halftime show you didn’t want to miss! 

Of the many great songs Rihanna has, she performed B- Better Have My Money, Where Have You Been, Only Girl (In the World), We Found Love, Rude Boy, and Work. 

Even after taking a break from music for almost 7 years, she came back for the Super Bowl halftime with a special guest! Fans started to make the assumption that she was pregnant, since no one actually made a special appearance like she had claimed. Later on, it was confirmed that baby #2 is on the way!