Most memorable Super Bowl halftime moments – When it comes to the Super Bowl, everyone spends time talking about the game but we all know that the game is not the only thing that matters. The decision of who is performing at the halftime show is one that is debated all year long and, while disappointment is normally felt once the name is announced, there is no doubting that there have been some outstanding performances at Super Bowls.
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Whether you like moments that are emotional, moments that are entertaining, or moments with some boobs, the halftime show has featured a lot over its history and that is not going to change any time soon. With all eyes watching, you can also expect some surprises, but for the network’s sake, let’s hope that only refers to surprise artists and not nudity.
Last year, Katy Perry showed that theatrics and even sharks belong on the big stage. What the most memorable performance at the halftime is going to depend on what type of music you enjoy, but the effort that clearly goes into the performances is usually worthy of your attention. Here are the 10 most memorable moments to come out of the halftime shows so far.
10. Michael Jackson And 3,500 Children
No matter what you choose to believe about Michael Jackson‘s personal life, there is absolutely no doubting that the man could put on a show when it mattered the most. In 1993, he was one of the biggest superstars around and put on a performance at the Super Bowl that was one for the ages. Not only did he go through many of his hits, which were set to outstanding visuals and his iconic dancing, but he also orchestrated 3,500 children to help make for a memorable and touching performance of “Heal the World”. At the very least, this is a memory of Jackson that should always live on in a positive way.
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