The Super Bowl. The ultimate Sunday spectacle of pulsating lasers and raucous cheers and leggy ladies and fog bombs and budget-busting ads and breathless predictions and overpriced tickets. Heck, there’s even a football game thrown.

Throughout the years, musical legends also have brought a true “wow” factor to the highly anticipated halftime performances, which have featured Motown superstars (Michael Jackson, Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson), iconic American hitmakers (Bruce Springsteen, Madonna, Aerosmith, Lady Gaga, Prince, Katy Perry, Beyonce) and legendary UK entertainers (The Rolling Stones, U2, Phil Collins, Sir Paul McCartney).

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