UPDATED: A Taylor Swift Super Bowl Booking Is ‘Not Happening’
That’s what people say.
A source close to Access Hollywood says that a Swift Super Bowl booking is “not happening.” The reason why is because the game, which takes place at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, is sponsored by Pepsi and Tay already has a existing deal with Diet Coke. Is there a loop hole that we don’t know about?
Mmm hmm. Yea that’s what people say.
Taylor Swift is rumored to headline the 2016 Super Bowl if she chooses to do so. A source told Radar “it’s hers to refuse.” Fact of the matter is, come February of next year, Swift will be a seasoned “1989” veteran, having over a hundred performances of her world tour show under her sequined belt and gives us time for another single or two from the record breaking album. What better time to conclude her current reign and initiate the beginning stages of her followup?
“Her main holdup is performing the year after Katy Perry did it, but she also feels it’s the right way to close out the ‘1989’ chapter of her career.”
We’re not completely seeing what one has to do with the other, and Swifty certainly had no qualms releasing her very public fued via song about Perry with “Bad Blood,” then she certainly won’t turn down this monumental opportunity. If Swift does decide to perform for 12 epic minutes during the halftime show, we hope she’ll perform a setlist that looks something like this:
Intro: “Shake It Off,” “Blank Space” and “Style,”
Flashback: “We Are Never Getting Back Together,” “I Knew You Were Trouble” featuring Selena Gomez and “You Belong To Me” remix featuring Ed Sheeran