The 2015 Super Bowl is on the hunt for their halftime performer and all roads are leading to Rihanna.
For the first time ever, the NFL wants the artist(s) “to contribute a portion of their post-Super Bowl tour income to the league, or if they would make some other type of financial contribution, in exchange for the halftime gig.”
A suggestion that hasn’t gone over well with any of the artists’ reps.
In the past the league never paid their performers being that the artist have reaped major rewards by performing on a platform of such multitude. The football championship is the most-watched live event—five years running. A major incentive for megastars like Beyonce and Madonna to do a free performance.
The past two years, both Bey and Bruno Mars capitalized on their 12-minute performance by announcing their tours immediately following their presentation.
Something for Rih, Katy, and Coldplay to keep in mind.
However if they don’t want to reap the rewards the 2015 Superbowl will have on that year they can pass. But we know 10 other stars who should be taking the NFL’s calls should they ring.
Flip the page to see what other celebs should pay-to-play.