If COVID doesn’t get in the way, the Super Bowl will feature the hippest halftime extravaganza in history. Dr. Dre will be the headliner, and he’ll be joined by Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, and Mary J. Blige.
The odds for the halftime show have been provided by Covers.com, which is popular among bookmakers.
Hip-hop and sports fans are betting on who will perform first, how many songs will be performed, and more, in places like New York, where betting is now permitted. With the Omicron variety spreading across the country and California events being canceled, a dark cloud is forming over the Super Bowl, which is due to take place at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles. The NFL is already preparing contingency plans, but what does this imply for Dr. Dre’s hip-hop-infused halftime show?
Hopefully, the show goes on and COVID holds back.