The Black Eyed Peas Halftime Show: What Did You Think?

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The Black Eyed Peas didn't have any Christina Aguilera-like mistakes during their Super Bowl XLV performance.

Quite the opposite, in fact.

The quartet kicked off a medley with “I Got a Feeling,” before Fergie was joined by Slash to perform “Sweet Child O’ Mine.” From there, Usher swooped in for a rendition of “O.M.G.," only for the group to finish up on its own with “Where is the Love” and “The Time (Dirty Bit)." The former even included a plea to Obama...

Our take? One of the most entertaining, fun-loving halftime concerts in recent memory. What did you think?

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She is almost as bad as that AFRICAN WHORE BEYONCE. Now she's a real piece of shit.


milli vanilli would be rolling over in ther graves


That was terrible . The guy singing with Fergie sucked so bad. I can't believe this nerd ass didn't kill himself yet. The Black Eyed Peas really really SUCK. I'm embarrassed there in my generation. I'll be the first to admit it, that todays Popular music sucks so much.Fergie really is an asshole. Thank god for make-up,because this is one ugly white whore.!


@Free Britney. You made me LMAO!


the whole show waz bad from the start


If you want to pumnp up a football crowd and tv audience bring out AC/DC they always perform!


Uh, yeah - there was a big mistake in the halftime show. The illuminated stage was supposed to spell the word "LOVE" but the "V" did not light up like the rest of the stage. They had to use a spotlight for some of the performers to see the stage as they walked down the letter "V". That was a big technical error that everyone has overlooked for the lyrical error.


When I hear Sinatra, Tom Jones, Englebert, Tony Bennent, Al Matino and a hundred other singers, I wonder just how in the hell did a bunch of idiot-like robots get so "famous" from yelling at each other, then calling it art?????


How the heck do people like that get record deals and people who actually have good voices and can sing don't, that's what i would like to know...


Everyone except Fergie had that "deer in the headlights" look.
I was not impressed with the Peas at all. The only thing worse was the sound mix.