The Super Bowl halftime show is an iconic event that has been entertaining viewers for decades. It began in 1967 with a college marching band, and has since evolved into a spectacular production featuring some of the biggest names in music. From Michael Jackson’s 1993 halftime performance to Lady Gaga’s 2017 show, the halftime show has become an important part of the Super Bowl experience. As the years have gone on, the show has become more complex and dynamic, with elaborate set pieces, special effects, and dazzling choreography. With its ever-changing lineup of performers, the Super Bowl halftime show has become a cultural phenomenon that millions of people eagerly anticipate each year.

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