Madonna Finding Super Bowl Show 'Daunting'

Posted by PlayBeyond On Friday, January 13, 2012
"Madonna said she's more nervous about performing at the Super Bowl in Indianapolis next month than she is about the premiere of her new movie.

In an interview with ABC's Cynthia McFadden, the singer said she's in the process of planning her halftime show and auditioning dancers to perform with her at Lucas Oil Stadium.

"It's quite a daunting task because I have, you know, in the middle of this very important event in Americans' lives, I have to put on the greatest show on Earth," Madonna said.

The material girl said she's had a lot of creative ideas about how to make her show unique, but not all are feasible.

"I actually wanted to have 100 drummers come from the ceiling, (but) it can't take the weight," she said.

Madonna and her crew will have eight minutes to set up her stage, 12 minutes to perform and seven minutes to take everything down before the second half begins.

The singer said she's learning to create within the limitations.

"I have ideas. I get like, 'Oh my God, this is amazing.' And then like, 'No, that's not going to work,'" she said. "So it's forcing me to be creative with a lot of various restrictions."

Source: TheIndyChannel

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