Super Bowl Halftime Show 2017


“For more than a few people who tuned into Sunday night’s Super Bowl, the halftime performance was more exciting than the football.

“This is because Lady Gaga, who headlined the event, by all accounts stole the show, delivering what many have called the best halftime show in the history of the Super Bowl.”

Read more on the TIME Magazine website


“Gaga mainly sang the choruses from her hit songs but when it came to her 2011 hit, ‘Born This Way,’ she again offered another clear message of acceptance by choosing to sing lyrics from a verse towards the end of the song: ‘No matter gay, straight, or bi, Lesbian, transgendered life/I’m on the right track baby/I was born to survive.’
“Gaga has long been outspoken on the issue of LGBTQ rights, and the presence of Vice President Mike Pence in the audience at the game may have played a role in that message.”

Read more about Lady Gaga’s performance and message of inclusion on CNN Entertainment


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Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2016: Paris, France


“The show has become a runway for the biggest models in the industry and this year happens to be the largest yet. More than 5o models showcased 82 looks from the famed lingerie collection, separated by themes such as Dark Angel, Secret Angel, Pink Nation, Mountain Romance, and Bright Night Angel. Familiar faces returned to the runway, including Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, and Joan Smalls. And of course, the Angels were in attendance. Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, Jasmine Tookes, Stella Maxwell, Lily Aldridge and many others returned to the runway for the highest profile runway show in the world.” [See the full article on Forbes.]

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Alicia Keys “HERE” in Times Square


“Alicia Keys returns home to New York for the ultimate block party in Times Square. The ‘Alicia HERE in Times Square’ concert will create the ultimate 360-degree visual experience as she takes over all the screens in Times Square for two blocks. Alicia’s goal for this concert is to take an artistic stand for peace, justice and equality; and she hopes you will stand with her!”


Read the rest of the article here at the Done+Dusted website

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Kids’ Choice Sports 2016

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“The 2016 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Sports Awards brought some of the most famous athletes, legends and celebrities together for one fun, slime-filled evening.

“Russell Wilson hosted the show at the Pauley Pavilion at the University of California, Los Angeles, while Kobe Bryant took home the Legend Award and Stephen Curry won for Clutch Player of the Year. There were competitive games featuring some of the biggest names in sports and even a little dance-off that included the moves of none other than Ciara!”

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Read the full article on E! News

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Production company: Done+Dusted

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Big Imagination Foundation



“What if there were no limits? What if anything you dreamed could become a reality? What if you could be part of something that will inspire the world?

“Yesterday’s radical ideas are today’s realities. The Big Imagination Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that incubates brave new ideas and talent, supports transformative change makers, and reminds us that if we dream big, we can make the impossible possible.”

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Their current project: “We’re currently working in the Mojave desert on our biggest project yet, converting a 1985 Boeing 747 into what might be the largest moving art experience ever created. Our goal is to create an immersive interactive experience that will have an impact on all those who come inside. We’re converting it from a mover of people and cargo to a mover of dreams.”

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Join the IndieGoGo Campaign!

Read more about the 747 Project here on their website,


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“U2 completed the rescheduled Paris dates for the Innocence + Experience tour last night, ending the band’s sold-out touring activity for 2015 on an upbeat note in a city victimized by terrorist attacks less than a month prior.

“The band had already played two of the four show booked at the AccorHotels (formerly Bercy) Arena when terrorists attacked the Bataclan concert hall during an Eagles Of Death Metal show on Nov. 13, among other sites. U2 had been scheduled to complete the Paris run Nov. 14 (with a live HBO telecast) and Nov. 15, before heading to Ireland to wrap the tour, originally scheduled to end in Dublin on Nov. 28. Those shows were postponed in the wake of the attacks…

“Fogel says there were ‘minimal’ refunds for the Dec. 14-15 shows, about 3,000 of the 34,000 sold.  ‘As they got refunded, they resold immediately,’ he says. ‘It’s a testament to the band and the fans that there were so few refunds, and they ended up being very emotional shows. Paris is an incredible city, with great people, great fans of music. I think [rescheduling] was the right thing to do, and it ended up being a great experience for everybody.'”

See the full Billboard article

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