Billboard Poll Names Top Artists That Should Sing At The 2017 Super Bowl

The half time Super Bowl show is watched by millions worldwide. In fact, the 2016 halftime show was watched by approximately 115.5 million people, becoming the third highest ever watched show in the United States.

As of today, the most watched half time show belongs to multi-platinum recording artist Katy Perry whose critically acclaimed performance brought in 118.5 million viewers. We also can’t forget about contributing artists Lenny Kravitz and Missy Elliott who helped spice up the show even more.

Lady Gaga’s National Anthem performance was additionally praised by many due to her soaring passion and controlled vocals. Need we say more?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyqkN3zezso

A few weeks ago, Billboard posted a poll naming some popular acts who would bill perfectly to sing the National Anthem at the 2017 Super Bowl.

Here’s the top 4 artists (currently), according to voters below:

4) Adele

With over 2,200 votes, global superstar Adele currently takes in fourth place. While she may hail from the U.K, we’re pretty positive she could belt out her own rendition of the National Anthem with ease.

3) Adam Lambert

The rock icon, with over 8,000 votes, would be a superb choice for the National Anthem and the Half Time show! His vocal range is absolutely tremendous. You also can’t forget about his show stopping performances.

2) Little Mix

Another U.K nominee, girl group Little Mix come in with over 13,000 votes. Hailed by critics as this generations’ leading vocal ladies, a four part harmony National Anthem rendition would put the whole world in a supreme trance.

1) Fifth Harmony

Leading the pack are American girl group Fifth Harmony with over 16,000 votes. The past year has been full of success for the quintet, including a positively reviewed album and a mega-hit in ‘Work From Home’. What better way to represent America than with a diverse All-American girl group?

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Written by Dannii C.

girl group advocate. latino. prospective teacher. multi-instrumentalist. self-proclaimed Twitter-ologist @oscahhhhh.