Maroon 5 is reportedly performing at the 2019 Super Bowl according to the magazine Variety. This follows an early report from Us Weekly, where a source told the publication the "offer has been extended and they've pretty much accepted".
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Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, Beyonce and Coldplay have all recently performed at the event. The music of Maroon 5 appeals to a diverse audience, whether it's young or old, whether it's people who like pop-rock or people who have come to them through their more rap/hip-hop sounding singles.
"YAAAAAAASSSSSS! #maroon5 is life to me!"
So, of course, fans were not particularly pleased with the Maroon 5 report.
And for those of you who don't think Maroon 5 is cool enough, or good enough, or too safe?