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I may not watch a lot of football, but I almost always tune into the Super Bowl, especially the Halftime Show. It's a toss up as to whether or not it will knock out socks off, or be a train wreck that will change our standards of what a half time show should be. So since we are so close, I thought I'd see what Rolling Stone Magazine had to say about this. They are a music magazine, after all. So we should be able to trust their opinion, right? Here it goes.
Top 10 Super Bowl Halftime Shows:
10. Paul McCartney - 2005
9. Katy Perry and Missy Elliot -2015
8. The Rolling Stones - 2006
7. Lady Gaga - 2017
6. Madonna - 2012
5. Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band - 2009
4. Aerosmith, Britney Spears, N’Sync, Nelly & Mary J. Blige - 2001
3. Beyonce - 2013
2. Prince - 2007
1. U2 - 2002
U2, huh? I can see why. They put on a great performance, especially after 9/11, but I wouldn't be able to put them at #1 for biased reasons. I do agree that they belong in the top 10, but not #1. Lady Gaga deserves to be in the top 5, I think. Not to mention the Boss himself, Bruce Springsteen should at least be in the top 2. He sang his heart out as usual, and really put on a show. So what does everyone else think? Are we missing an artist or band in this list?