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We run down some of the best Super Bowl halftime performances in recent memory including the likes of Rihanna, Black Eyed Peas and that infamous Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson duet.
After singing her hit 'Rhythm Nation' Janet was then joined on stage by Justin Timberlake for a duet of his song 'Rock Your Body'. For the song's grand finale Justin memorably ripped off a piece of Janet's leather costume to reveal her right breast on live television.
Janet Jackson donned black leather for her halftime show at the Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004 where she opened with a performance of 'It's All For You'.
The controversial performance sparked a huge number of complaints to the airing network and has ensured Janet Jackson's halftime show remains of the most memorable moments in Super Bowl history.
Back in 2002 U2 kicked off their highly anticipated Super Bowl XXXVI halftime performance at the Louisiana Superdrome in New Orleans when front man Bono arrived through the crowd singing the words to 'Beautiful Day'.
The band went on to perform both 'MLK' and 'Where The Streets Have No Name' in front of a backdrop tribute to the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and Bono notably opened his jacket at the end of the performance to reveal the American Flag.
The Black Eyed Peas arrived for their Super Bowl XLV performance in 2011 by being lowered to the stage garbed in futuristic leather attire before breaking into their big hit 'I Gotta Feeling'.
Will.i.am, Fergie, Taboo and apl.de.ap treated the Cowboys stadium crowd in Arlington, Texas to a medley of their greatest hits including 'Pump It', 'Let's Get It Started' and 'Where Is The Love?'
The Black Eyed Peas then left will.i.am alone on stage to introduce his surprise duet partner as Usher arrived for a performance of their single 'OMG'.
The 'Love In This Club' singer arrived in a similar fashion to Black Eyed Peas as he was lowered onto the lit up stage on a rope before kicking off the performance.
The 'Don't Stop The Party' singers also had Guns 'n' Roses guitarist Slash join them on stage for an unexpected cover of 'Sweet Child O' Mine' with Fergie on lead vocals.
Black Eyed Peas wrapped up their futuristic Super Bowl set with a performance of their huge 2010 single 'The Time (Dirty Bit)'.
Paul McCartney played the halftime show at the Super Bowl XXXIX back in 2005 where he performed a set of songs including 'Drive My Car', 'Get Back' and 'Live and Let Die'.
The Beatles guitarist rounded off his set at the Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida with an extended performance of his signature song 'Hey Jude'.
Rihanna gave a memorable pre-Super Bowl performance at the Ford Amphitheatre in Florida back in 2009 when she took to the stage in cropped black hair, and a futuristic outfit featuring fishnet tights and leather high heel boots.
The 'Umbrella' singer performed some of her biggest hits including 'Disturbia', 'Rehab' and 'Shut Up And Drive' at the Super Bowl Smash Concert In Florida.
Christina Aguilera opened the NFL Super Bowl XLV game in Arlington, Texas back in 2011 with a memorable performance of the US National Anthem.
The 'Beautiful' singer notably sang the wrong lyrics during her National Anthem rendition ahead of the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl game in 2011.
The Rolling Stones thrilled the audience at the Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan when they performed the annual halftime show at the Super Bowl XL in 2006.
Frontman Mick Jagger led the band through performances of "Start Me Up" and "Rough Justice" before ending the 2006 Super Bowl halftime show with a "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction".