The Weeknd blinded viewers with the million-watt lights from his Super Bowl LV Halftime Show Sunday (Feb. 7), but will he go down in history as having the best performance in the past decade?
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira joined forces last year for the first all-Latin Super Bowl experience that got everyone watching at home on the floor and dancing. But in 2013, Beyoncé made people fall crazy in love with her on-stage display, where Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams literally shot out for a surprise Destiny’s Child reunion.
A year later, in 2014, Bruno Mars proved he’s a pop chameleon when he pranced around the stage for a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it showcase. Of course, Super Bowl fans didn’t miss Mars and Queen Bey crashing Coldplay’s headlining set in 2016.
Source: News | Billboard