Top 10: Super Bowl Halftime Shows

  • 10. Last but not least - Aerosmith's "Walk This Way" provided the backdrop for a fun-filled gathering of a who was who of pop music in 2001. Britney Spears, Mary J. Blige, NSYNC, and Nelly all took their turns in the spotlight.

  • 9. The Ex Beatle Paul McCartley did not disappoint in 2005. "Live and Let Die" got the full pyrotechnic display the song deserved.

  • 8. In 2006 The Rolling Stones might have shown their age a bit, but they still knew how to rock.

  • 7. It was the first Super Bowl following the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. U2 came to the event not as an Irish rock band, but as citizens of the world to help the healing process in America.

  • 6. Michael Jackson 'Healed the World" in 1993.

  • 5. In 2003 Gwen Stefani had not yet launched a solo career. However, when she joined Sting on stage to sing one of his songs from the years with the Police.

  • 4. Diana Ross is the ultimate diva, and she came to the Super Bowl to prove that fact in 1996.

  • 3. The infamous Janet Jackson nip slip from 2004 (which JT had a lot to do with)

  • 2. Yes, the mighty Beyonce from Super Bowl 2013.

  • 1. Bruno Mars - sorry peeps, Beyonce rulez but Bruno simply killed it!

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