Adam Levine and Maroon 5 Might Perform at the Super Bowl

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It sounds like Super Bowl 50 is going to be epic.

Adam Levine and his band, Maroon 5, are reportedly in talks to perform during halftime of the big game next year, according to E! News, which reported the band is the front-runner for it. While Adam and his bandmates haven't commented on the possibility of a Super Bowl performance just yet, the sheer possibility of it had us like...

Aside from Maroon 5, there have also reportedly been discussions to bring back Coldplay and Bruno Mars for the halftime show, following their killer performance at the Super Bowl in 2014. Back in September, Billboard reported that Bruno might even return to the stage and "curate" the show with other music artists.
Pepsi Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime ShowConsidering Bruno's halftime performance drew 115 million viewers – the second highest viewership for the halftime special – it's not a huge surprise he was asked to return (remember his "Uptown Funk" performance?!). Perhaps a Maroon 5 – Bruno Mars performance is in order? And if past performers are being brought back...they might as well throw in Beyoncé while they're at it.

Super Bowl 50 kicks off at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016. We'll definitely be tuning in.

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