Lady Gaga says she will not be wearing a meat dress during her Super Bowl halftime performance. Luke Bryan will sing the National anthem. Falcons will play the Patriots.
A list of the most “controversial” moments during Super Bowl halftime shows includes Janet Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction,” obviously . . . as well as 1989’s terrible Elvis impersonator, 1995’s “Indiana Jones” theme, and Prince’s risqué performance in 2007.
At the National Prayer Breakfast yesterday, DONALD TRUMP asked the crowd to pray for ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, because ratings for “Celebrity Apprentice” went down after he took over. Arnold released a video suggesting they change jobs, so people can “sleep comfortably again.”
Nickelodeon announced the nominees for the 2017 “Kids’ Choice Awards” yesterday and they gave Favorite Movie nods to “Ghostbusters” and “Batman v. Superman”. The show airs live March 11th, with JOHN CENA hosting.
“Rings” and “The Space Between Us” are in theaters this weekend.
As if you had to ask: “Sharknado 5” is in the works, and IAN ZIERING and TARA REID are coming back.
This year’s Grammy gift bag is worth $30,000. Alicia Keys, Daft Punk and The Weeknd are among the 150 performers and presenters who will receive items ranging from drug store staples such as $4.99 Chapstick PFE, +0.19% balm and a $38.50 CPR kit from the American Health Association, to a week-long stay at the Golden Door Resort in Southern California. The seven day spa package, valued at $8,800, is the most expensive gift this year. Other freebies include a can of Blue Diamond almonds, a personalized box of Crayola crayons, Hercules Beard Co. shave oil, skin serum from Dr. Jane 360, books such as “Sexiest Man Alive” by M Clarke and even Amazing Medice foot cream.
Friday on Netflix: The series premiere of the comedy “Santa Clarita Diet”, which stars Drew Barrymore as a woman who wakes up as a zombie and Timothy Olyphant as her understanding husband who helps satisfy her craving for human flesh.
Saturday at 11:30 p.m. on NBC: Kristen Stewart hosts “Saturday Night Live” and Alessia Cara performs.
Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Eastern on Fox: “Super Bowl 51”. The New England Patriots vs. The Atlanta Falcons. Country singer Luke Bryan has been tapped to do the National Anthem, and Lady Gaga is doing the half time show.