My top 5 choices for the Super Bowl 50 halftime show

The NFL has not officially announced the act for Super Bowl 50. The halftime show is a very important part of the Super Bowl experience and even though we’ve had some hits (Beyonce) and misses (Black Eyed Peas) in recent years, I would like to think that for this 50th Super Bowl, the league would find an artist perfect for the occasion.

There is speculation that Carrie Underwood might be the best option and I don’t mind her at all. But her music isn’t my style. In fact, I think there are better options out there. Here are my choices (in no particular order) of who I would like to see perform at the Super Bowl.

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Metallica’s tribute to Mariano Rivera was awesome

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Having Metallica perform “Enter Sandman” live for Rivera’s retirement ceremony was great.

After the song, the entire team greeted Rivera and Rivera gave a heartfelt speech and got a standing ovation.

This was great for one of the greatest players ever. What a show!

Should Metallica play ‘Enter Sandman’ live for Mariano Rivera in his last home game?

I wonder how they would do it if it actually came to be. They probably have to have a stage set up before the game and just hope that the Yankees have a save situation to bring him in.

People wonder how it would be for a band to play a song live during an event. Look no further than to wrestling where it has been done before. I give you Triple H coming out to his own theme song performed by Motorhead.

If Rivera came out to a live performance by Metallica, imagine the intimidation factor. I for one am for it.