British superstar Adele recently said no to the offer of performing the Super Bowl Halftime Show. What’s next?

Adele has turned down an offer which would showcase her talents at Super Bowl 51’s halftime show.

Quite frankly, I was actually pretty happy when I heard that Adele turned down the offer. Adele is very talented, don’t get me wrong, but that’s not the right venue for her. The Super Bowl halftime show is supposed to be fun and upbeat. “Hello” would put everyone to sleep.

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The Super Bowl is in Houston, Texas this year. As much as I would love to see a Texas native like George Strait do the halftime show, I realize that isn’t as appealing to the masses as it is to myself.

Instead, I came up with three realistic possibilities who could do the halftime show.

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