In the countdown to enjoy the great game and the two live shows confirmed for this year at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida, we have proposed to review the three worst halftime presentations in the history of the most-watched event on American television.
We are sure that both artists are going to be great on Sunday, February 7th.
While The Weeknd invested $7 million of his own pocket for the show, Miley Cyrus has been preparing like an athlete for the big event that will also be a concert with an audience for the first time since the pandemic broke out.
While we wait for these two super live performances, let's remember a few that we might rather forget.
3) Shania Twain, No Doubt and Sting 2003
In position number three we have a presentation that we can classify as rare at least.
I mean maybe Shania Twain shouldn't have been invited to lip synch "I Feel Like A Woman" on the most-watched show on American television.
Then came No Doubt with "Just a Girl" which luckily added energy to the performance.
However, Gwen Stefani sounded out of breath during the first part of her performance.
Sting arrived to join the show with "Message In The Bottle" and although at first sight, it seems like a first-class lineup, everything together looked strange.
2) Stevie Wonder and Gloria Estefan 1999
This halftime show could have been among the best ever.
However, the circus staging made everything look too crowded and confusing.
It is true that we are talking about the late 90s but the truth is that the talent of the wonderful Gloria Estefan and the mythical Stevie Wonder was wasted on this occasion.
1) Disney Millennium Celebration 2000
After checking all the Super Bowl halftime performances from 1993 to 2020, we have concluded without a doubt that the worst performance of all time was the Disney Millennium celebration.
Christina Aguilera, Enrique Iglesias, Toni Braxton, and Phil Collins were victims of this super long commercial from the world of Mickey Mouse.
All the artists sang songs that did not belong to them, made especially for Disney World.
I cannot miss mentioning the fact that Edward James Olmos appeared at all times with a very strange narrative. LOL
Plus all artists seemed to be lip-syncing and this is something that is no fair for a show like The Super Bowl halftime.
Which one was your "favorite"?