Super Bowl 2015: Katy Perry, Lenny Kravitz To Do SB 49 Half Time Show, Super Bowl Commercials Predicted

Talk about Super Bowl 2015 is just starting to heat up now that Katy Perry and Lenny Kravitz are slated to do the half-time show. In addition, so-called “previews” of 2015 Super Bowl commercials are already being made available online.

In a related report by the Inquisitr, the recent Dallas Cowboys Vs. Green Bay Packers game may have been billed as Ice Bowl 2, but the coldest NFL game ever from 1967 still manages to beat out all contenders even after all these years.

At this point, Super Bowl 2015 predictions may be a little too early to call accurately, but at least we will know who will be singing on stage this year come Sunday, February 1.

“My first special guest is going to be an incredible rock and roll icon, a guitar god. I’m gonna have Lenny Kravitz on the show,” Katy Perry told NBC during the AFC Divisional Playoff game featuring the Baltimore Ravens and the New England Patriots.. “He’s got so much style…He’s the coolest. He’s the king of cool and he’s gonna make me so much cooler that day.”

The singer would not say anything about plans for the Super Bowl 2015 date but Today show host Willie Geist claims a “retractable roof plays into her Super Bowl act.” Willie also expects to hear Lenny Kravtiz’s “American Woman” as one of the songs.

The city of Glendale, Arizona will be the host for the Super Bowl 2015 location but Monica Hernandez of Phoenix Street Transportation claims the after-party will be in Phoenix, where workers are already working hard to prepare for the big game.

“We’re expecting to see over a million people here in downtown for Super Bowl Central,” Hernandez said according to Fox 10. “We are resurfacing roadways, smoothing out sidewalks. We’re taking care of those uneven surfaces. During Super Bowl Central well have more cameras installed in the downtown area so we can really take a close look at how traffic is moving delays at an intersection so we can allow for traffic to move in a safe an efficient manner.”

Even if you are not a big fan of the NFL, everyone loves the Super Bowl commercials. According to the Orlando Sentinel, this year we should expect to see Turbotax attempt to make paying taxes funny and GoDaddy’s Danica Patrick will do something with a puppy.