Is Cardi B eyeing the coveted Super Bowl halftime show spotlight for a future performance? According to the creative force behind the “Invasion of Privacy” album, the answer appears to be a resounding yes.
Cardi B recently made an appearance on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” on September 11th, where a curious viewer posed a question about her potential participation in a Super Bowl Halftime Show.
During the pop culture-centered talk show, the rapper was asked about the prospect of headlining the iconic Super Bowl halftime performance, to which she responded with enthusiasm, “Yes, now I would say yes. Things change.” This declaration marks a shift in her stance, as she reportedly declined an opportunity to join Maroon 5 on stage for the Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show back in 2019.
Cardi B’s newfound interest in headlining the Super Bowl Halftime Show has ignited excitement and speculation among her fans and the entertainment industry alike. As one of the most influential and dynamic artists of her generation, her potential Super Bowl performance promises to be a memorable and game-changing event, should it come to fruition.