RKP and the Most Memorable Music Moments on TV in 2013
PEPSI PULSE #1 – BEYONCÉ PERFORMS FOR THE SUPER BOWL HALFTIME SHOW
The Super Bowl Halftime Show has become synonymous for being extravagant, an event that arguably rivals the Super Bowl itself. Beyoncé’s appearance at this year’s show may have been the best yet, as her 14-minute performance delivered in every way possible. From “Crazy in Love” to “Halo,” she performed a medley of records from her catalog with style and grace, rarely missing a note while hitting every dance move onstage. Beyoncé even brought out former Destiny’s Child members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams to join her in performing “Bootylicious,” “Independent Women Part 1” and “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It).” Add in grandiose fireworks as well as an elaborate stage and lighting setup, and Beyoncé’s performance was an incredible moment that millions of Americans will remember years from now. Click here to watch Beyoncé perform for the Super Bowl Halftime Show.
#5 – NEIL PATRICK HARRIS’ OPENING PERFORMANCE AT THE TONY AWARDS
Ever since a teenage Neil Patrick Harris impressed viewers as the star of Doogie Howser, M.D. in the late 1980s, it was clear that he was born to entertain, whether that be on the big screen, small screen or on a stage. For his fourth time in five years hosting the Tony Awards, Harris surely outdid himself this year with his opening number. The seven-minute performance highlighted his multitalented background as he sang, danced, played guitar and performed an illusion that caught audience members by surprise. Dare we say it: This was a Tony Award-winning performance from the 40-year-old actor. Click here to watch Neil Patrick Harris perform at the Tony Awards.
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