Earlier this year, Justin Timberlake performed at the Minneapolis Super Bowl and added a tribute to the city's musical godfather, Prince, into his show. In 2017, when the Atlanta Falcons nearly defeated the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 51, Lady Gaga provided a dazzling halftime production.
The February game in Atlanta will mark the third time the city has hosted the event.
In 1994 at the now-razed Georgia Dome, a country team featuring The Judds (Wynonna and Naomi), Clint Black, Travis Tritt and Tanya Tucker performed at halftime; in 2000, the collective of Phil Collins, Christina Aguilera, Enrique Iglesias and Toni Braxton shared the stage in a performance inspired by Walt Disney World’s millennium celebration at its Epcot theme park.
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