The Super Bowl halftime show is part of the most-watched TV event of the year.Sometimes, it's viewed more than the game itself, which is why the choice of performer is important: it's the biggest stage in the country.This year, Justin Timberlake was chosen to perform for the third time.He appeared once with NSYNC in 2001 and again alongside Janet Jackson in 2004. After a year that was so politically charged (especially within the NFL), the choice of Justin Timberlake seemed like a miss.Here are 15 artists that we think would have been a better choice for the stage this weekend." data-src="" role="presentation" src="//static-entertainment-neu-s-msn-com.akamaized.net/sc/9b/e151e5.gif" title="Justin Timberlake is an extremely talented performer. MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski tore into White House advisor Kellyanne Conway, saying in an interview that TV networks should ban the senior Trump administration official for falsehoods.Brzezinski went on the tear in an interview with Variety, where she brushed off questions about her own program's close early cultivation of the Trump team during his the president's rise to power.'I feel even more so that everyone should ban her,' Conway told the publication.'I'm surprised that these little acrobatic games are played with her on live national television. 'It's clear she doesn't bring anything to the table.
'And every time I open it, which is frequently, because I don't cook, I say, 'Thank you, Kellyanne!
' ''Look, it's not the most comfortable thing to do, but it's something you just have to: You have to say, 'This is garbage,' and rip up the script, and you have to cut to the chase and cut through the b.s., and she brings nothing more to the table than a lot of that,' she said.
Conway was attempting to back up President Trump's unproven claims of having his phones tapped at Trump Tower when she told the Bergen Record: 'There was an article this week that talked about how you can surveil someone through their phones, through their — certainly through their television sets, any number of different ways.' Kellyanne Conway during an interview with host Seth Meyers on January 10, 2016.
She has become one of the stars of the Trump administration, but has repeatedly gotten in hot water for her comments in TV interiews Then Conway added: 'And microwaves that turn into cameras, et cetera.
So we know that that is just a fact of modern life.'Brzezinski resisted the characterization that she and Scarborough themselves had started out as insiders guiding others through Trump-land. She also explained her infamous invocation of the 'Bowling Green Massacre,' an event that didn't happen.
They frequently hosted candidate Trump during call-in segments, and visited Mar-a-Lago on New Year's Eve, although Scarborough said it was to try to line up a future interview with Trump.'Well, we are still insiders; we talk to everybody there. She told the publication she had meant to say 'Bowling Green masterminds.'The New York article concludes that horrified critics are surprised to learn that 'it’s very difficult to dislike Conway.