GLENDALE, Arizona (The Adobo Chronicles) – Super Bowl XLIX will go down in history as the most divisive sports event in the history of the United States. And we’re not even talking about the Patriots or the Seahawks and their minions of fans.
We’re talking about Katy Perry, the featured performer during the football game’s half-time show. Her performance practically divided the country in half.
USA Today‘s headline read: “Katy Perry Blew Away The Super Bowl Half-time Show.” The New York Daily News had a different opinion, describing Perry’s show, “more girlie meow than roar.”
Netizens posted, “It’s all theatrics” while others said “I’ve never been a fan of Perry, but I am now.”
Asian Americans were disappointed that Perry didn’t wear a Geisha costume. Native Americans wished she wore a feather headdress while sitting atop that monstrous mechanical lion. Latinos were one in saying about the performance, “No, no se puede.” Finally, African Americans said Missy Elliott should have been the featured performer instead of Perry.
What are we to do? Damned if you don’t. Damned if you do. Welcome to America!
PHOENIX, Arizona (The Adobo Chronicles) – Singer Katy Perry is no stranger to controversy when it comes to what she wears during her concerts and television appearances — from her yellow-face Geisha costume at the American Music Awards to her infamous provocative attire on the children’s show Sesame Street. The latter never aired.
Now, fans and critics alike are going gaga over what she might wear during her half-time show performance at this year’s Super Bowl XLIX scheduled for February 1, 2015 in Phoenix, Arizona. Will she offend audiences with racist antics or theatrics?
The Adobo Chronicles was given an exclusive sneak peek into Perry’s half-time show performance. Both fans and critics can breathe a sigh of relief.
We are not at liberty to divulge all the details of Perry’s 15-minute performance at the National Football League (NFL) Championship Game, but we can tell you that she will be singing a medley of her top hits. There will be no inappropriate costumes– not even the slightest chance of a wardrobe malfunction.
More importantly, the concert queen will be racially and culturally sensitive and will not offend any single racial minority who will be watching live or on TV.
Perry will have a total of seven costume changes during her performance. Through the magic of choreography, props and stage lighting, all costume changes will happen on stage!
As to what she will be wearing, Perry will don costumes that will be representative of each of the world’s seven continents. “No one will be left out,” she says.
We can also reveal that as far as the Asian continent costume is concerned, it will definitely not be a Geisha attire. Rather she will go on stage as a Philippine Muslim princess, carried on top of bamboo poles by half-naked men. Singkil as it is called in the Philippines.