Amanda Gorman Will Recite A Poem At The Super Bowl

2021-01-27   |   by CusiGO

At Joe Biden’s inauguration on January 21, Amanda Gorman spent six minutes reciting her poem the hill we climb, becoming a star. It’s the most cited, cited and surveyed day on social media. Now, the 22-year-old poet laureate is heading for the natural fate of an American Star: the super bowl, the world’s largest TV event. Gorman will appear before the game and this year he will face the Tampa Bay pirates and Kansas City Chiefs. The coveted musical performance will be held later this week.

All indications are that this will be the opposite of the pre pandemic image deployment, just like the explosive show by Jennifer Lopez and Shakira in February 2020. This time, Tampa Raymond James Stadium may have only 22000 people (75000 in 2020), according to event producer Jesse Collins, “Good Morning America” (announcing Gorman’s presence) will help differentiate performances. “We’re going to show performances in a way we’ve never seen before,” he promised. It’s going to be this week, it’s not a group, it’s going to be a person, fighting against emptiness, it’s going to be the memory of a young poet who became the voice of America’s hope for the future.