Black Eyed Peas’ Super Bowl halftime show: Um, thoughts?


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The Black Eyed Peas’ Super Bowl halftime show seems to have left some folks less than impressed, if the, um, impassioned comments on our related 2011 Super Bowl posts are any indication.

Personally, the Ministry sort of loved the light-up dancing people and would like to keep one as a pet. Then again, we always like shiny things. Plus, Guns N’ Roses’ Slash showed up, and he looks cool no matter what. (Never mind that you won’t be hearing any GNR tune in the ‘Glee’ episode after the game, or any other ‘Glee’ episode, for that matter.)


Regarding the music, however -- was being three-sheets-to-the-wind drunk a requirement to enjoy this Super Bowl halftime show? Are the folks who said it’s still cool to like the Black Eyed Peas eating their words? Do you sympathize with the not-an-old-fart-at-all editor who sent me a frantic note about that ‘horrific caterwauling by Fergie,’ proclaiming her ears had been violated?

Did the Peas suddenly make lyrics-flubbing Christina Aguilera look ... good? You might want to read Todd Martens’ take on the Peas, ‘Pop Absurdity at Its Finest.’

Take the poll, and post your own review in comments. (Keep it clean!)


The Black Eyed Peas’ 2011 Super Bowl pre-party [pictures]

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-- Christie D'Zurilla