Mary J. Blige desires to be at the Super Bowl without a fee
The 51-year old singer is going to show an amazing performance with Dr. Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, and Kendrick Lamar but all these performers will perform voluntarily, simply out of passion.
Mary J. Blige loves herself at the super bowl halftime show as being the only female singer.
Mary J. Blige is highly excited to perform alongside Dr. Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, and Kendrick Lamar at the stadium in Inglewood, California, and she is impatient to show her magically exciting performance on the stage in front of a huge TV audience.
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When she was asked about her feelings of being the only female singer in the line-up, Mary’s reply was, “I love it.”
Mary recently said it is no matter of concern for her for not being paid at the halftime show.
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All the big names mentioned will not charge fees for the prestigious gig-but Mary sees this performance and events as the “opportunity of a lifetime”.
“This event will offer you an opportunity to receive payments for the rest of your life. There is a high likelihood that people will knock at your door.” The ‘family affair hitmaker said’
“I don’t expect a fee for it from them….but in case they pay me, it would be a huge amount.”
“But I don’t think and want anything in return for the performance……This is a brilliant opportunity for me to explore further chances by showing the best performance here in front of such a huge audience.”
Mary is a widely recognized, appreciated, and revered singer among all the biggest male stars she has worked with during her career. She also has the same feelings of respect and honor for all her male peers. This mutual understanding and mutual harmony among the prominent stars will produce brilliantly exciting effects on the audience.
While talking to people, she said, “It has always been my pleasure, and learned a newer thing while working with the male singers. There has never been any such time that I have a problem with any of my male peers. And I also have a long list of my male fans.”
Mary is a big fan of Dr. Dre who she describes as “one of the most important and brilliant persons in hip-hop”.
Talking about the future halftime show, Mary said: “it is, in fact, a huge success itself to perform alongside Dr. Dre because there is no equal to Dr. Dre in hip-hop, in production, and in writing. He is one and only with his creative genius that comes to mind.”