NPR has you covered if you aren’t ready to stop obsessing over Beyoncé and her amazing Super Bowl 50 performance.
Andrew Rosenthal, writing for The New York Times, catalogs a number of over-the-top responses to Beyoncé’s performance.
Jessica Williams, Trevor Noah’s senior Beyoncé correspondant, brilliantly skewers the haters for Comedy Central’s The Daily Show.
Spencer Kornhabler at The Atlantic discusses the cultural impact of Beyoncé’s half-time performance, noting: “If you find ‘Formation’ tuneless or offensive, fine. Just don’t go impugning the motives of all the people in the weeks to come walking down the street in a very specific rhythm, internally chanting ‘I slay.’ Beyoncé no longer asks that everyone get in formation, and that’s why so many people probably will.”