Older fans of the &to=http://english.pravda.ru/science/19/95/380/12292_.html' target=_blank>Rolling Stones will get the chance to shake it during the band's Super Bowl halftime show after all.
Planners had originally sought people ages 18 to 45 to take the field and dance at Ford Field on Feb. 5 _ an age cap that would make even the Stones too old for the action. But after hearing from some older fans who wanted to see the show, the NFL said it would accept dancers 18 and older.
"We wanted to open it up," NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said Friday.
The NFL is offering 2,000 people a chance to watch the rock 'n' roll legends play during the game, which is the playoff of the American football season and one of the mostly heavily watched television events in the U.S.
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