It’s only been a smooth 24 hours since Justin Timberlake finished his halftime show at Super Bowl LII, but fans are already on to the next. Since the show ended on Sunday (Feb. 2), fans have been flooding Twitter with their predictions and votes for the 2019 Super Bowl halftime performer, and their picks are out of this world.
While the NFL has not confirmed anything, all four of these seem like it could be possible. Nicki Minaj is reportedly on track to come out with an album this year or early next year. Kendrick Lamar is also rumored to have another album in the works. Not to mention, Kendrick has been on fire with a number of projects, including the recent Black Panther soundtrack.
Usher and Missy Elliott may be the most improbable picks, but not impossible. Neither artists’ first time performing at the Super Bowl level. Missy surprised viewers during Katy Perry’s set at the 2015 halftime show. And Usher joined the Black Eyed Peas during their halftime show in 2011.
Other votes thrown in the mix include Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez and Kanye West. We’ll just have to wait until the performer for the 2019 Super Bowl is announced later this year. Check out all the votes below.
Top three* picks for 2019's Superbowl.— My Newgrowth is Made of Magic (@Brand0nnick) February 5, 2018
2. Missy Elliot
3. Usher (*alt. Rihanna)
Nicki Minaj is the most charted female artist in the history of music.— layton fishburn (@FishburnLayton) January 29, 2018
Lil Wayne and Drake are the most charted solo male artist in history.
CAN WE PLEASE GET YOUNG MONEY FOR SUPERBOWL 2019?
Kendrick for the 2019 Superbowl 🧐— DUCKWORTH TDE (@DuckworthTDE) February 5, 2018
Nicki Minaj for Super Bowl 2019! 🏈🏈 pic.twitter.com/c1G2gfiDM3— 🅴 privatebarb (@theprivatebarb) February 5, 2018
Petition for Mariah Carey to perform at the 2019 Super Bowl Halftime Show pic.twitter.com/A3gK9VtutM— kaisle (kyle)🍒 (@KaisleXY) February 5, 2018
So Kanye West for Super Bowl 2019. pic.twitter.com/GpygYmKNI3— sᴄᴀʀʏ sᴘɪᴄᴇ. (@drizzyxcole) February 5, 2018
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