ET’s Kevin Frazier was with Katy Perry as she got prepared for a Super Bowl halftime show, that some primogenitor groups are observant competence be inapt for children.
“I have a integrate of tricks adult my sleeve,” Katy told Kevin, teasing a event. “I can’t tell we everything. I’m going to let people usually consider about it.”
What we do know is that Katy won’t be a usually star in a Super Bowl spotlight.
Lenny Kravitz will also be pity a theatre with Katy during halftime, while Idina Menzel will be singing a “Star Spangled Banner” in her initial large opening given throwing flack for her New Year’s Eve opening of “Let It Go,” where she unsuccessful to strike some records live.
In response to her critics, Idina posted an aged talk of hers to Twitter, that review in part, “There are about 3 million records in a two-and-a-half-hour musical; being a perfectionist, it took me a prolonged time to comprehend that if I’m attack 75 percent of them, I’m succeeding. Performing isn’t usually about a exercices and a high notes: It’s staying in a moment, joining with a assembly in an authentic way, and creation yourself genuine to them by a music. we am some-more than a records we hit.”
“It’s warmer here, let’s usually contend that,” Idina pronounced about how she expects her Super Bowl opening to go. “I will be singing 100 percent live.”
Jordin Sparks, who sang a “Star Spangled Banner” during a Super Bowl in 2008, gave some moving difference to Idina.
“You’re positively incredible. Just breathe,” Jordin said. “Just breathe before a anthem and you’ll do fine. You’ll be amazing. And usually soak it all in, since it goes by unequivocally fast.”
Super Bowl XLIX, that pits a New England Patriots opposite a Seattle Seahawks, front Sunday, Feb. 1 on NBC.