Pure adrenaline! The best halftime shows in Super Bowl history

Everything is ready for Rihanna to appear this Sunday at the NFL’s Super Bowl LVII, in which the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs will face each other at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

To “warm up” the ground, we present some of the best halftime shows that the Super Bowl has had throughout its history, according to various specialized sites.

The 27th edition of the Super Bowl (1993) is one of the most remembered for Michael Jackson’s halftime participationwho without numerous visual effects thrilled the whole world.

At the Rose Bowl Stadium, Pasadena, California, he performed songs like Jam, Billie Jean, Black or White, We are the World, and Heal the World.

According to ESPN, Michael changed the history of the Super Bowl halftime show after his performance.

That time the so-called “King of Pop” enchanted the world and the “Queen of Pop” did the same in 2012.

Special effects, dancers and the presence of LMFAO, Nicki Minaj and Cee Lo Green made Madonna shine at halftime of the Super Bowl held at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Vogue, Music, Give Me All Your Luvin, Open Your Heart, Express Yourself y Like a Payer conformaron su “set list”.

The 41st version of the Super Bowl, held in 2007, In the same way, it had a great star, Prince.

During the show, which took place at the Dolphins Stadium in Miami, Prince performed some of his biggest hits such as Let’s Go Crazy and Purple Rain, as well as including versions of songs by other artists such as All Along the Watchtower (Bob Dylan). ) and Best of You (De Foo Fighters).

The halftime show of Super Bowl 36 (2002) was in charge of the band U2. Bono, The Edge, Adam and Larry not only celebrated the game between the St. Louis Rams and the New England Patriots, but also paid a moving tribute to the victims of 9/11.

The stage was set up in the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans and various songs were played, including: Beautiful Day and MLK Where the Streets Have no Name.

For many people, the most remembered thing about the performance of Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake in the 38th Super Bowl, in 2004, is the accident that Janet suffered that caused her to leave one of her breasts exposed.

They accompanied the singers: P. Diddy, Nelly and Kid Rock. The stage was Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas and the songs assembled were All for You, Rhythm Nation, Cowboy, Hot in Here and Rock your Body.

The 39th Super Bowl game, in which the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots, was attended by Sir Paul McCartney. He gave a show full of emotions and memories in 2005.

People chanted Drive My Car, Get Back, Live and Let Die and Hey Jude at the top of their lungs at EvenBank Field in Jacksonville, Florida.

The Rolling Stones, led by Mick Jagger, delighted the crowd with an explosive 20-minute performance at Super Bowl number 40, in which the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Seattle Seahawks. in 2006.

Star Me Up, Rough Justice and (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction wowed the crowd at Ford Field and Detriot, Michigan and everyone who watched the show from their homes.

Beyoncé lavished all her energy at the Super Bowl 45th halftime show, held at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans in 2013.

She sang Crazy in Love, Baby Boy, Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) and Halo. In her participation, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, her former Destiny’s Child teammates accompanied her.

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There are other shows that have stood out for other situations:

– With Katy Perry in 2015, one of the sharks who danced on her left side, she became a sensation when she suddenly began to do her steps out of choreography, something that drew attention on social networks and even the dancer Within this disguise, he declared for the Washington Post that it was only a small improvisation.

– The Super Bowl of 2014, during the presentation of Red Hot Chili Peppers with Bruno Mars, the band was harshly criticized when it was evident that their instruments were disconnected, so it was clear that it was a “playback”, along that the vocalist, Anthony Kiedis, explained that the NFL did not want to take the chance that something could go wrong with the sound.

– Justin Timberlake returned to the halftime show after his controversial performance with Janet. On this occasion, the singer came down from the stage and a boy who was in the audience at the stadium managed to take a “selfie” with Justin, and then ignored his presence while checking his cell phone, which sparked a wave of memes. .

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