It’s Super Bowl time once again and while the ads are fun (remember the Tim Tebow one with the puppies?) the halftime show is what we’re all watching for…right? Coldplay is set to perform this year, along with some special guests. In honor of Sunday’s game, we’re throwing it back to our five favorite halftime shows! Which reminds us: how have Backstreet Boys not done a halftime show? Can someone get on that for 2017?
1. *NSYNC, Britney Spears, & Aerosmith – 2001
THE GREATEST HALFTIME SHOW OF ALL TIME.
2. NKOTB – 1991
This one’s for the children.
3. Shania Twain & No Doubt – 2003
Not sure what the theme was here, but what’s not to like? Shania Twain? Good. No Doubt? Good. Let’s go football fans!
4. Justin Timberlake & Janet Jackson – 2004
If they had just had *NSYNC perform again, that whole wardrobe malfunction wouldn’t have happened, just saying.
5. Beyonce & Destiny’s Child – 2013
Like JT briefly acknowledged *NSYNC at the VMAs in 2013, Beyonce brought back Destiny’s Child for a hot second at the halftime show the same year.
Happy Super Bowl Sunday!
Let’s take a moment to relive the greatest halftime show of all time: *NSYNC .. Aerosmith … AND Britney Spears!
Enjoy the game!
Not to be un-American or anything, but we fully admit we have absolutely zero interest in football. Superbowl weekend? Nope. For us it is Davis Cup Weekend (Go USA!) and new Zac Efron movie weekend. We also had absolutely zero interest in Tim Tebow, that is until one of us saw him getting breakfast one morning at Sarabeth’s and realized just how good looking he is. (trust us, TV/photos don’t do him justice.)
So we were thrilled that our one and only football crush co-hosted Good Morning America today, rocking a plaid suit! (AND Austin Mahone performed!!! Morning TV doesn’t get much better)
He also premiered his new commercial with T-Mobile, in which Tim tells us all the things he’s been able to do without a contract, like “save puppies.”
The commercial will air during that Super Bowl thing on Sunday, or if like us, you already have tickets to see “That Awkward Moment,” you can watch them below via T-Mobile’s youtube.