Feb 05, 2016 03:07 AM EST By James Bendijo

Super Bowl Halftime Show Performers: Michael Jackson, Beyonce, Madonna & More!

As Super Bowl 50 approaches, we take a look at some of the most famous singers who have performed at the championship game's halftime show.

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  • The National Football League's Super Bowl is one of the most anticipated events in the world because it contains many spectacles that fans have to watch.

    However, aside from watching their favorite football players play their heart out for the coveted championship, there is another spectacle that has also captured the attention of Super Bowl fans namely the Halftime Show. In this event that happens when both contending teams take their break, famous singers will take their turn in the middle of the field and entertain the massive crowd with their electrifying performances.

    In the championship game's rich history, many legendary singers have left unforgettable performances. In this gallery, we will show some of the most famous singers and musicians who have roamed the Super Bowl's famed Halftime Show.
  • The King of Pop Michael Jackson left a legendary performance at the Super Bowl XXVII where he sang his inspiring song titled "Heal the World."
  • A very sexy Beyonce left the Mercedes-Benz Superdome ablazed with her hot performance at the Super Bowl XLVII. She also reunited with her co-stars in Destiny's Child namely Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.
  • Katy Perry wowed everyone with her performance while riding a Golden Tiger in her Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show.
  • Janet Jackson had an amazing yet controversial performance at the Super Bowl XXXVIII Halftime Show. Who would forget her accidental wardrobe malfuction with Justin Timberlake?
  • Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show was a memorable one when Bruno Mars brought his electrifying performance at the MetLife Stadium.
  • Pop singer Madonna made the Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show a must-watch with her beautiful charisma on stage.
  • Usher had an amazing performace at the Super Bowl XLV Halftime Show where he sang his hit song, "OMG."
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