Justin Timberlake Confirmed As Super Bowl Halftime Performer In 2018
No matter which teams end up playing in Super Bowl LII (that’s 52, for those not up on their Roman numerals), we now know one star that’s definitely going to be in attendance: Justin Timberlake. Last night,the pop superstar announced that he would be serving as the halftime performer at the NFL‘s championship game, set to take place on February 4th, 2018 at the state-of-the-art new U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN.Timberlake was announced as the halftime performer ahead of Sunday Night Football via a goofy skit featuring himself and his well-know best bud/The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallonthat rapidly made the rounds on social media. Watch the video below: This will be the first time Timberlake has played the Super Bowl Halftime Show since his infamous performance with Janet Jackson in 2004, which culminated in the most famous “wardrobe malfunction” in modern history, a mostly-exposed breast displayed on Sunday evening nationwide network TV and, subsequently the FCC implementation of a 5-second tape delay during all televised performances. In a segment announcing Timberlake’s performance, the pop singer laughed as he confirmed that there would be no surprises on the scale of “Nipplegate,” but that there would be an emotional journey featuring both time to sing along and time to get down.Timberlake is currently at work no his fifth solo studio LP, which is said to be inspired by his Memphis, TN roots. He has not released any new music since last summer’s hit single “Can’t Stop The Feeling,” although he recently hit the stage as part of Dave Matthews‘ Concert For Charlottesville along with Pharrell Williams, Chris Stapleton, Ariana Grande, The Roots, Brittany Howard, Cage The Elephant, and surprise special guest Stevie Wonder.
Hagen announces NCUA breach investigation
1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Heather AndersonNCUA Inspector General James Hagen said Monday he would investigate the agency’s mishandling of sensitive member data. An external flash drive was lost earlier this year during an exam at the $13 million Palm Springs FCU.Hagen’s investigation will go beyond an audit to determine if the NCUA had adequate controls in place to protect the information. The IG also said he would review the agency’s decision to keep the incident from the public and investigate an NCUA leak regarding the breach. continue reading »
Tyson Fury insists on February date with Wilder
RelatedPosts Tyson Fury to Anthony Joshua: Don’t risk fighting Usyk Anthony Joshua wants Tyson Fury, Wilder fight Joshua: Tyson Fury won’t distract me Tyson Fury insists he is “ready for war” with Deontay Wilder despite his bloody battle with Otto Wallin on Sunday. Fury secured an unanimous decision win over Wallin in Las Vegas but suffered two deep cuts over his right eye that required 47 stitches after a bruising 12-rounder. Contracts for a rematch with WBC champion Wilder have been signed for February 22, with Fury once again calling out “The Bronze Bomber” in the aftermath of the Wallin win. His promoter Frank Warren later claimed that fight could be pushed back as a result of the injuries “The Gypsy King” suffered in the ring. But Fury insists he will be ready to go into battle. “I’m ready for war. I think it was just over 40 stitches inside and out with both the cuts,” he told BBC Sport. “Listen I’m all right. It’s boxing. You can’t go swimming and not get wet. It’s the fight game.” A trip the hospital didn’t prevent Fury from making the most of time in Vegas before heading back to the UK. “I went to the hospital, had a few stitches, went home and had an early night,” he said. “Then I’ve got up, gone to the casino, won five grand, had a few beers and now I’m going to have a few more beers.”Tags: Deontay WilderLas VegasOtto WallinTyson Fury
Spiritual Life Bible Church Crusade Attracts Hundreds
A congregation of worshipers at a Spiritual Life Bible Church Crusade in Monrovia.As part of its Gospel Mission to Liberia, the Spiritual Life Bible Church (SLBC) of Brooklyn Park of Minnesota in the United States has engaged in a series of spiritually filled crusades in Monrovia.Former Associated Press photojournalist James Kokulo Fasuekoi, who is a member of the group, said the team includes five pastors. He said in an interview that the services have been exciting, providing spiritual healing to Liberians that thronged at their various gatherings.Fasuekoi said the team arrived in Liberia on January 23 to carry out a series of crusades or soul-inspiring gatherings across the country in partnership with Rev. Christian Dagadu of the Christian Evangelistic Pentecostal Church.He said the duration of the crusade is from January 23 to the end of March, and is held under the theme: “Walking under an open heaven.”He said Rev. Dagadu is a product of a bible college founded by the SLBC in the United States and his preaching in Liberia has made impact on the lives of many Liberians.He pointed out that the SLBC engages in crusades annually in Liberia and Sierra Leone to empower pastors as well as winning souls for Jesus Christ. He noted that the ongoing crusade in Monrovia is aimed at equipping pastors and church workers in order for them to be sensitive to their working environment in the country.Some of the pastors at the ongoing crusade made presentations on marriage and the obstacles that are associated with them and how to overcome them.He said a similar crusade is planned for Gbarnga City in Bong County. The SLBC has established a bible school in a private building at the Bong Mines Bridge on Bushrod Island in Monrovia. Other areas the crusade is expected to be held include Virginia, Morton Corner, and Kebbah Field.Besides, Fasuekoi added that a parcel of land has been secured in Lower Caldwell for the construction of the Spiritual Life Bible Church Bible School to provide professional training for a broad spectrum of pastors and church workers in Liberia.He explained that doctors Judy and Joseph Fornara, founders of the Spiritual Life Bible Church, have traveled to 112 countries and continue to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ to all nationalities.Fasuekoi recalled that the SLBC founders encountered difficulties in Liberia during their gospel work, adding that even during the civil crisis in Liberia, they encountered rebel commanders who on several occasions threatened their lives.Fasuekoi noted that Liberians have been receptive to their good news.On the SLBC team are Bishop Michael Cole of Gospel Outreach Ministries; Rev. Claudius Cooper of Christ Chapel of Praise International Ministry, USA; and doctors Judy and Joseph Fornara, founders of SLBC.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)