Apparently the musician and the league have been “waging a secret legal war” ever since, with lawyers on both sides battling it out to avoid trial. M.I.A.’s lawyers are now bringing the fight to the public to show how “ridiculous” it is for the NFL to act like butter won’t melt in its jockstrap, what with various scandals that have plagued players and coaches over the years.
It’s an interesting legal tactic that probably won’t work because everyone knows that the halftime show at the Super Bowl is supposed to be family-friendly. Good luck with that.
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Mumford & Sons has announced that it will be going on an “indefinite hiatus.”
Mick Jagger is now a great-grandfather.
Horror maestro Stephen King slammed the “Twilight” saga, calling it “tweenager porn.”
AMC will be airing nothing but “Breaking Bad” in a five-day lead-up to the show’s finale.
Jay Z and Beyoncé top Forbes’ list of highest-earning celebrity couples, with $95 million combined.
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Actor Anthony Mackie (“The Hurt Locker”) is 35.
Musician Jermaine Dupri is 41.
Singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco is 43.
Actor Jason Alexander (“Seinfeld”) is 54.
Musician Bruce Springsteen is 64.
Actor Paul Petersen (“The Donna Reed Show”) is 68.
Director John Woo (“Face/Off”) is 68.
Singer Julio Iglesias is 70.
Actor Mickey Rooney (“Babes In Arms”) is 93.