Lady Gaga, confirmed yesterday, she will perform, suspended from the top of the stadium at the Super Bowl this Sunday, during the half time show. The potentially dangerous high-flying act was devised by an unlikely collaborator: her younger sister, Natali. My sister was like, ‘I know, let’s suspend you in the air!’” Gaga said, laughing. She also suggested Tony Bennett may join her during the half time show.
In addition, Lady Gaga is also the new spokesperson for Tiffany & Co. She will appear in Tiffany’s first ever, Super Bowl ad on Sunday.
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Speaking of Super Bowl ads, Justin Timberlake will appear in his first Super Bowl ad for ‘Bai Brands’, a giant beverage company. The commercial will air during the second quarter of the game Sunday.
Matt Siegel, better known to Bostonians as “Matty in the Morning,” has ruled the ratings in the Boston market since he first arrived at KISS 108! Matty’s unique interview style and insightful yet sarcastic commentary has allowed him the good fortune of winning the coveted National Association of Broadcaster’s Marconi Award for Personality of the Year, not once, but twice.
The Matty Show’s signature segment is the wildly popular “Right Now,” where Matty takes live callers and helps listeners with whatever is going on in their lives! In addition to his national awards, Matty has been inducted into the Massachusetts Radio Hall of Fame. When he is not on the air making New Englanders laugh during their brutal morning commute, Matty spends a great deal of his free time on the golf course attempting to lower his handicap.