The Super Bowl event is undoubtedly one of the most-watched events in sports entertainment in the USA, and the 2021 event was no different. This year’s event, however, had a new executive producer in the name of Desiree Perez. Perez is the current Chief Executive Officer and one of the founding members of Roc Nation.

Perez’s role in this year’s Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show has been described by many people as one of the most entertaining, with millions of viewers across the globe experiencing the once-in-a-lifetime event. In addition, the role played by Perez has earned her a nomination for her second Emmy Award.

Under the stewardship of Desiree Perez, the halftime show brought on stage one of the most successful Canadian artist, The Weekend. His songs included his most popular hits, such as Can’t Feel My Face, Earned It, Starboy, and Blinding Lights. However, what stood out from this event is that it only highlighted The Weekend, with no guest artists performing for the crowd who were limited to only 25,000 attendees in a stadium that can comfortably hold 70,000 fans.

Desiree’s nomination comes hot on the heels after she was nominated in 2015 under the Outstanding Special Class Program for the role she played on Jay Z and Beyonce On the Run Tour, which was aired on HBO. Desiree Perez’s role as an executive producer helped her organize the entire tour that was held at Stade de France in Paris on two consecutive days of September 13th and 14th, 2014. An interesting aspect that stands out from this tour is that while most shows take more than a year to organize and plan accordingly, it only took Desiree Perez a month to conceive and launch the entire plan. Her experience in handling such shows with high magnitude clearly indicates why she was nominated for her first Emmy. The 2021 Emmy Awards will be held on September 19th, and the event will be aired on Primetime CBS. Desiree Perez’s: Facebook Page.