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Great News: Your Super Bowl Halftime Performer Next Year Is Younger than 50

By Dustin Rowles | Trade News | October 16, 2012 | Comments ()


In fact, she's only 31. She's still relevant, and even people who cannot abide by her will concede that she puts on a hell of a show. According to the Associated Press, Beyoncé will be announced as the Super Bowl halftime show performer on Wednesday.

Also, there is nothing more mesmerizing than a Beyoncé GIF.



I cannot wait for the "put a ring on it" puns that will invariably come out of this news.

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  • AudioSuede

    Embarrassing admission: I am now excited to watch the Halftime show for the first time since Paul McCartney.

  • Quatermain

    It's hard to make a good 'put a ring on it' Super Bowl joke without knowing who is going to be facing (and losing) to the Packers in February. I did hear that Beyonce was so taken with the new Iphone that she put a ring on it, though.

  • Natallica

    Is she really 31? She sure looks at least five years older

  • Fredo

    It'd have been nice if they had put some New Orleans artist.

    But I guess it's more of the same: Puppy/Lingerie Bowl

  • Adrienne Marie

    Ugh. That's three years in a row now that I will avoid the halftime show.

  • John G.

    In related news, Jay-Z and Beyonce buy another full city block in Tribeca.

  • Sara_Tonin00

    Is that top gif really Beyonce? It looks like JLo.

  • Ash

    I thought it was Ke$ha.

  • Horvath

    According to the Associated Press, Beyoncé will be announced as the Super Bowl halftime show performer on Wednesday.

    I do so love it when the press announces an announcement.

  • MikeRoorda

    Journalism is currently more concerned with being able to say "FIRST!" than with accuracy or detailed story development. CNN has started live blogging breaking news instead of taking the time to parse the information in any sort of informative way. Not only does it allow them to play the "you saw it here first" card, it negates the need for fact checking because you can always say "new information" has come in and you were previously mistaken. Journalism should be about more than getting me the news before someone else does. It should be about providing me with all of the facts in as coherent a manner as possible.

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