Levine thanks crit­ics of half­time per­for­mance

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Adam Levine ig­nored his post-Su­per Bowl half­time show haters on Sun­day – of which there were many – and thanked them in­stead via In­sta­gram “for al­ways push­ing us to do bet­ter.”

Fol­low­ing the half­time show in At­lanta, which was widely panned by crit­ics and view­ers alike, the Twit­ter­verse took to their gad­gets to scru­ti­nize the Maroon 5 front­man’s per­for­mance and nip­ples. Levine was shirt­less dur­ing part of his act, which for many brought to mind Janet Jack­son’s 2004 half­time show wardrobe mal­func­tion.

But de­spite all the hate, Levine seemed to feel only the love.

“We thank the uni­verse for this his­toric op­por­tu­nity to play on the world’s big­gest stage. We thank our fans for mak­ing our dreams pos­si­ble,” Levine wrote on In­sta­gram late Sun­day. “And we thank our crit­ics for al­ways push­ing us to do bet­ter.”


Adam Levine of Maroon 5 per­forms dur­ing half­time of Su­per Bowl on Sun­day in At­lanta. De­spite crit­i­cism of the band’s per­for­mance, Levine took to social me­dia to say he only felt the love.

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