However, Rob threw in his two cents anyway, saying:
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As you may know, the 28-year-old singer addressed the hearsay by confirming that she was offered the gig, but she told the audience at one of her concerts in El Lay that she "politely declined" — but that's not what the NFL and Pepsi are saying!
After the songstress addressed her fans Saturday night, the sports league and soft drink company released a joint statement saying:
So much for that!
As we reported this week, Adele was rumored to have been in talks about whether or not to perform at the Super Bowl, the world's biggest football game — and arguably, the world's biggest halftime stage.
The singer shut down those rumors REALLY quick, though, during her performance in El Lay last night, and we were there to confirm it right as she did (below):
The football season hasn't even started, but forgive us — we are already thinking about the Super Bowl halftime show!
That's right, the Rolling In The Deep singer has been in contact with NFL officials, according to a source speaking to The Sun, and they are trying to get her to sign on to do next year's halftime show.
The source revealed:
Who's ready for more naked athletes?!
Every year, ESPN Magazine publishes a special "Body Issue" that features top athletes posing nude for the mag and we're about to get a whole new crop!
As you may remember, previous years have given us an incredible look at star athletes who make health and fitness a priority through interviews and wonderfully gorgeous nude pictures of the stars doing what they do best!
Well, it's June again which means there's another Body Issue of ESPN Magazine right around the corner and we're thrilled to learn that Dwyane Wade will be front and center!
In addition to the Miami Heat star, there will be ten men and nine women featured in the magazine for the story that will also include
Football meets Hollywood on the biggest stage in the world!
Stan Kroenke, the owner of the Los Angeles Rams that moved his team back to the city this offseason after two decades in St. Louis, was ecstatic at the decision and spoke very highly of the situation: