These Are The Best Super Bowl Halftime Shows of All Time

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Santiago Lechmann
Created by Santiago Lechmann
On Feb 13, 2022
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Another year, another Super Bowl HalfTime Show. Guys... Are you ready for it? From Madonna to U2, from Shakira to Bruce Springsteen, from Lady Gaga to Coldplay, the Super Bowl gather the best artists from our generation and let them make iconic shows that we would never forget.

Last year we had The Weeknd playing some of their most amazing hits like "Can't Feel My Face', "Blinding Lights', 'Starboy' and so many more. This year we're DELIGHTED to know that the show is led by no other than rap legends like Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, and Mary J. Blige. How can this possibly go wrong!?

Having said this, it's an amazing opportunity for us to remember those shows that were iconic, that have stunning choreographies, an incredible display of the stage, fantastic vocals, and more. Then, let us know which ones are your favorites, these are ours!

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Katy Perry - 2015

Okay, but entering the Super Bowl ABOVE A GIGANTIC TIGER? I mean...HER MIND! We're totally used to Katy Perry giving extraordinary shows and performances but this was simply...WOW! Playing songs like “Roar”, “Dark Horse” and “I Kissed a Girl”, Ms. Perry was joined by an electrifying Lenny Kravitz and the stunning Missy Elliot and they all together were watched by more than 18 million viewers and it has become one of the most legendary shows of all time.

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Beyonce - 2013

Beyoncé is everything good on Earth. PERIOD! Singing along some of her bops like 'Crazy in love', 'Halo' and 'Single Ladies', what Beyoncé did here was a masterpiece. She showed power, she showed energy, she showed all of her talent,s and let us know that there's NOTHING we can do better than her. I mean, her movements? her vocals? her beauty? OMG, Beyoncé, you are THAT.

A little surprise? Well, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams joined her on the stage to perform some of the most iconic Destiny Child songs. Don't go after me, I'm crying with joy.

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Prince - 2007

This Super Bowl Halftime Show was simply MAGIC! He had not only played some amazing covers by Foo Fighters and Queen but he also played some of her anthems like 'Baby I'm a star', '1999', and 'Purple Rain'. Okay, but not any version of these songs but ones fulfilled with an amazing storm that fell off during the performance. Of course, nothing stopped our dear Prince who kept on playing his guitars, delivering with outstanding vocals and being as iconic as usual.

Not even the rain, not even the water, not even a storm could stop him. We love you, Prince.

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Lady Gaga - 2017

Imagine being watched by more than 150 million people all around the world while you're giving one of the most amazing and important performances from your entire career! Lady Gaga is one of the most ambitious, iconic, outstanding, and legendary performers from this century and she has proven all of this and more on the Super Bowl Halftime show.

'Poker Face', 'Born This Way' and 'Telephone' were some of the songs she played on this show that began with her jumping and flying through the air, dancing the hell out of her and giving a performance worthy of her.

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U2 - 2002

The Irish group did one of the most remembered shows from all times at the Super Bowl when they had to perform right after the 9/11 attack. The spirit was low but U2 could cheer up, move and fulfill everyone with joy while playing some of its greatest hits like 'Beautiful Day' and 'Where the streets have no name'

The show also served as a tribute to those who died in the terrorist attack. While playing 'MLK', a gigantic screen display the name of all of those people who lost their lives in the terrorist attack and remain until the very last song. That's when Bono opened his jacket to reveal an American flag inside of it. Super emotional. Thank you, Bono.

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There's no doubt that the Super Bowl Halftime Show is the most ambitious place for an artist to perform. It's huge, it's amazing and it gives them the opportunity to do whatever they want. This is why we're so excited about this year's show with all of those amazing performers.

Are you excited about this year's performers? Who would you like to see there? Let us know!

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