Alvin Kamara suggests a halftime act as New Orleans prepares to host Super Bowl 59

With the 2023 NFL season officially over, New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara makes it known who he’d like to see perform at the next Super Bowl.
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On Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs were victorious over the San Francisco 49ers, winning Super Bowl 58 by a score of 25-22 in an overtime thriller. However, for a lot of people that tuned in, the highlight of the game was the halftime show. Headlined by superstar singer Usher, he sung, danced, and skated through his hits while bringing out guest like Alicia Keys, H.E.R.,, Ludacris, Lil Jon, and Jermaine Dupri.

Naturally, everyone started to think about who would headline next year’s halftime show; people even made a ton of suggestions. Among those making suggestions were New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara. Kamara took to Twitter to let everyone know that he wanted to see T-Pain perform a halftime show.

Alvin Kamara thinks T-Pain should perform at Super Bowl

The next Super Bowl will be played in New Orleans at the Superdome. The Saints are, of course, hoping that they’ll be playing in their home stadium for the biggest game, and maybe Kamara may actually have the act of his choice perform at half time. T-Pain is definitely a talented artist with hits for days and he knows how to put on a show.

However, considering the fact that Super Bowl 59 will be in New Orleans, there has been a bit of push for New Orleans’ own, Lil Wayne, to headline the halftime show next year. Wayne, who never lets people forget that he’s from New Orleans, has been vocal about his desire to be selected as next year’s halftime performer. He believes he’s the perfect person to showcase the city’s culture to the world.

On Sunday night, Wayne’s campaign got support as Deion Sanders tweeted out to the NFL that he fully expects Lil Wayne to be apart of next year’s Super Bowl since it is in New Orleans. A lot of fans seemed to be on board as well. We’ll see if the NFL listens. Until then, the Saints need to get to work so that they can perform at the Super Bowl.