Everyone is talking about Madonna's Super Bowl halftime show. Take a look back at some of the most memorable Super Bowl entertainment performances -- for bad or for good.
The 53-year-old pop superstar generally impressed with her halftime show Sunday, although Madonna made one noticeable mistake when she slipped trying to step up onto a bleacher.
Rapper M.I.A. upstaged the Queen of Pop by swearing and flipping the bird during her part of Madonna's new track "Give Me All Your Luvin."
Prince caused some controversy during his 2007 performance for the phallic nature of his guitar.
The 1995 Super Bowl halftime show is widely regarded as one of the worst, with greats Patti Labelle and Tony Bennett singing before an "Indiana Jones & The Temple Of Doom" backdrop.
The 2009 halftime show was all about the Boss. Bruce Springsteen took fans by storm, although TV viewers got an up-close view of the singer's crotch when he slid into one of the cameras.
Christina Aguilera took a lot of flack for flubbing the lyrics to the national anthem before Super Bowl XLV in 2011.
Whitney Houston sang the National Anthem before before the 1991 Super Bowl in what some thought was one of the best national anthem performances of all time. However, in the days following Houston's performance, a controversy arose when it was reported that she lip-synched to her own pre-recorded version of the song.
New Kids On The Block made a forgettable Super Bowl halftime appearance in 1991 that didn't even air live due to coverage of the first Gulf War.
In the wake of 9/11, U2 gave a stirring halftime performance in 2002 that is widely regarded as one of -- if not the -- best of all time.
But it was Michael Jackson's 1993 halftime show that set the bar for future Super Bowl performances. He grabbed more ratings than the game itself, and his performance became one of the most watched events in TV history.
And, of course, who can forget the halftime show in 2004? Jaws dropped worldwide when Justin Timberlake ripped off part of Janet Jackson's outfit and exposed her breast at the end of their set.
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