The Super Bowl LVI halftime show promised to be one of the biggest yet. Los Angeles was well-represented as Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre headlined a lineup that also featured Eminem, 50 Cent, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar. The well-received performance has people talking at water coolers around the United States this morning.

Fans who got a chance to witness the incredible performance live immediately started buzzing. The NFL immediately posted the entire halftime show to their YouTube page. In less than 24 hours, the video has received over 18 million views. It is also in the #1 trending spot, as it should be.

Fans went crazy as Dr. Dre brought Snoop Dogg to the stage to open up with “The Next Episode.” Dre then launched into the iconic hit “California Love” as an homage to his hometown and his late friend Tupac Shakur. 50 Cent then made his surprise appearance and performed “In Da Club.”

Mary J. Blige rocked the SoFi Stadium crowd with captivating performances of “Family Affair” and “No More Drama” before handing it over to yet another megastar. Kendrick Lamar followed up with “M.a.a.D. City” and “Alright” before Eminem busted out his Academy Award-winning “Lose Yourself.”


The spectacle wrapped up with Snoop and Dre performing “Still D.R.E.” The entire show was a cavalcade of hit music, flashy visuals, and major star power. NFL fans have responded in huge numbers.

The video should easily surpass 20 million views by the end of Monday. It’s a testament to the popularity of the performers, the league, and a slick show that kept fans interested. The NFL hit it out of the park with this year’s Super Bowl halftime show.

Due to NFL copyright regulations, embedding of the full video is blocked. You can check out some of the hottest clips below or click here to watch the entire Super Bowl LVI halftime show!

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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