The Super Bowl halftime show has become a beloved tradition, watched by millions of people around the world. It has been a part of the Super Bowl since its inception in 1967, but it wasn’t until the 1990s that the halftime show became a widely anticipated event. Over the years, it has featured a variety of star-studded performers, ranging from Michael Jackson and Prince to Beyoncé and Bruno Mars. Each year, the show is broadcast to an illustrious audience and is one of the most highly-viewed television broadcasts of the year. As time has gone on, the halftime show has evolved to become more than just a musical performance – it has become a spectacle. From spectacular stage production to mesmerizing pyrotechnics, the Super Bowl halftime show has become a cultural phenomenon.
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