The Pro Bowl got everyone hyped for the Big Game happening next Sunday! Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada was the place to be as it's also the home of the Las Vegas Raiders. It was a battle of the conferences, AFC vs. NFC for an all-star game. Fil-Am and Bay Area native, Sibley Scoles hosted the Red Carpet event and dance crew Jabbawockeez took over halftime entertainment. Sibley held it down pre-game with interviews and an inside look behind the scenes.
There were a couple of changes in the format but one thing stayed the same. The anticipated halftime show with none other than the Jabbawockeez! It was a full out production that included a marching band, NFL cheer teams, and dope choreography. The cool part of it was how the Jabbackwockeez involved all the cheer team and band in their set.
After the performance, the second half kicked off and ended with the AFC beating out the NFC with a 41-35 win, making it their fifth straight. Raiders' pass rusher Maxx Crosby was the Defensive MVP and Chargers QB Justin Herbert was the Offensive MVP. This all leads to next week's main event.
Cover Photo Credit: Jabbawockeez Twitter
After two years of delays due to the pandemic, the all-star game is finally back. On February 6th, just down the way from their current residency at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Jabbawockeez will head over to the Allegiant Stadium for the 2022 Pro Bowl Half-Time Show. The masked dancers made the official announcement on their Instagram and mentioned how honored they were to be performing on that stage.
If this is anything like their spectacular stage shows, all the spectators are definitely in for a treat. The Jabbawockeez has been voted "Best Family Show" and "Best All Ages Show" for three years in a row. Their high-tech production, crisp intricate choreography, and storytelling light up any stage. Don't believe us? Check them out at Universal Studios last year for their seasonal show at Halloween Horror Nights.
The group is no stranger to performing during sporting events from NBA All-Star games and Finals performances to NFL Big Game appearances. It's always a hyped performance mixed with dope artist collaboration and that's why they deserve all recognition. Announced recently is the Jabbawockeez are getting a Funk Pop! figure that's just as cool as they are. There are two available figures with a red fit that pops and a black alternative scheme that's just as clean.
Time to brush out your vintage Jabbawockeez shirt or dance moves to take a photo alongside your Funko. It's available to pre-order on Amazon.
Cover Photo Courtesy of Jabbawockeez Instagram
Sibley Scoles just scored a new gig with the Las Vegas Raiders as one of their new in-game hosts at the Allegiant Stadium. This is a dream come true for the Bay Area native who mentions in her announcement post on Instagram that her family "bleeds silver and black." She was raised into the fandom and recalls her Dad's stories about the team growing up and how that common thread brought her family together.
Sibley will be teaming up with Live Event and Entertainment Host Mark Shunock, who has worked with the Vegas Golden Knights and Top Rank Boxing on ESPN to host the in-game elements for all the Raiders home games for 2021. They kicked off their first week on Monday Night Football with a win against the Baltimore Ravens. Check out some highlights Sibley shared on social.
Last year Sibley was on the "Talk of the Nation" on the Raiders Youtube channel discussing her thoughts on the 2020 team and sharing her story and love for Raider Nation. Fast forward to this season, and it's great to see and hear her love and passion for the team now live on the mic at these games.
The multi-talented Sibley Scoles is an actress, television host, model, and former recording artist. When she's not engaging the Raider Nation during her in-game host duties at Allegiant Stadium, Sibley can be seen as co-host of Access Hollywood Weekend and correspondent for both Access Hollywood and All Access.
Scoles got her start in entertainment as a popular hip-hop artist, turning her lifelong passion for music into a successful career as a performer. Sibley scored a radio hit with "Donuts," a song she wrote and recorded. She went on to work with artists such as Jessie J, Taylor Swift, Rihanna, and Lana Del Rey.
Scoles transitioned to an on-air host and correspondent for E! News, Live from E and a panelist for Live From E! digital series covering Hollywood's biggest red carpets and award shows, weighing in on trending pop culture stories and all things celebrity. In addition to on-camera hosting, Scoles has been an on-air personality at iHeart Radio's 92.3 FM and has a background in sports and fashion.
Cover Photo courtesy of Sibley Scoles Instagram