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Super Bowl 2024 Halftime Show rumors: Bad Bunny, Miley Cyrus, and more

Who would you want to perform?

Jovita Trujillo
Jovita Trujillo - Los Angeles
Senior WriterLos Angeles
AUGUST 22, 2023 8:49 PM EDT

2023 is flying by fast, and the 2024 Super Bowl is around the corner on February 11, 2024, at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada. Rihanna, who just gave birth, left fans in awe last year with her amazing performance, which included a pregnancy reveal. The annual game is known for its A-list halftime performers, and people have been buzzing about who could play at next year’s game. There have been rumors about big names, and although no one is confirmed, some artists are considered out of the running. The performers are usually announced in November or December. Until then, check out all the singers that have been rumored to perform.


Bad Bunny

Global superstar Bad Bunny has been one of the most talked about when it comes to halftime rumors. It has divided music and sports listeners on Twitter, with one side saying he’s not famous enough (which is crazy), bringing up the fact that his music is in Spanish, and the other defending his star appeal and talent.

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Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus‘ name has been making its rounds, and there is no doubt she would crush it. With her new music coming out this year, the 10th anniversary of Bangerz, and her record-breaking hit “Flowers” she is a great contender.

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Jack Harlow

Per Hits DailyDouble, Jack Harlow is on the shortlist when it comes to the rumors. There have been many people that are vocally against it on Twitter.

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Harry Styles

There were rumors that Harry Styles will play at the Super Bowl. Hits Daily Double, shut down the rumors saying the chance was “less than zero.”

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Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift reportedly declined an offer to perform in the Halftime Show, according to Hits Daily Double. The singer has a busy schedule on tour during that time.

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Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran’s name made its rounds on Twitter, but the performer has said in the past it would be best if he was a guest. He would be a great guest if Swift was the chosen one, but since she passed on the offer, he’s likely out.


Jay -Z

With his partnership with the NFL through Roc Nation, Jay-Z has been involved in the selection of performers, including the Super Bowl halftime show. With all of the names floating around and rumors that everyone has been turning it down, people are wondering if Jay-Z is going to get on stage himself. Beyonce has played twice, the last in 2013. Jay- Z has never played the halftime show himself, but there are plenty of epic guests he could bring on stage with him.