Here are the top 10 most iconic Super Bowl Halftime performances of all time

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Everybody loves the Super Bowl.

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Whether you watch for the actual game, the commercials, or the halftime show, most likely every one across the country is tuning in.

This year, as the Carolina Panthers take on the Denver Broncos at the Levi's Stadium in San Francisco, Coldplay will take the stage, along with Beyoncé for what will most definitely be an iconic performance! Of course, there have been plenty of amazing performances throughout the years. We've decided to round up some of our absolute favorite Super Bowl Halftime Shows from the past years!

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Here are the top 10 most iconic Super Bowl Halftime performances of all time

Beyonce re-teamed with Destiny's Child for one of the most iconic moments of Super Bowl Halftime history! As soon as Queen Bey started her strut to "Crazy in Love," we knew it was ON. From "Halo," to "Single Ladies," Beyonce showed us who run the world! Plus, the Queen is making another Super Bowl performance this year with Coldplay, much to the delight, to well, everyone.

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Michael Jackson's Super Bowl XXVII Halftime performance  back in 1993 was absolutely amazing. Doubles of the King of Pop entered all corners of the stadium before the real King himself emerged to sing hits like "Bille Jean" and "Black or White." As if that was impressive enough, his finale number ""Heal the World" was complete with messages from children across the globe.

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Talk about one of the best combinations of performers to hit the Halftime stage! Aerosmith was joined by Britney Spears, N'SYNC, Mary J. Blige and Nelly. "Jaded," Bye, Bye, Bye," "I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing," and "Walk This Way" were all performed and it was epic. If you haven't seen, you really should take a look.

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Last year, Katy Perry rocked the house with her tiger riding, shooting star flying, Missy Elliot/Lenny Kravitz filled performance. And how can we forget about Left Shark! So iconic. We will always, always LOVE Katy Perry's 2015 performance. 

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Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band performed during the halftime show of Super Bowl XLIII at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Bruce brought it back to old school and the 12 minutes were filled with hits like "Tenth Avenue Freeze Out" and "Glory Days."

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Prince nailed his Super Bowl XLI performance back in 2007. Of course, Prince doesn't do anything unless it's dramatic, and his Halftime show was no different. Covering songs like Queen's "We Will Rock You," and Bob Dylan's "All Along the Watchtower," you couldn't keep your eyes off Prince. ANd but of course, the Grammy winner ended with his very famous hit, "Purple Rain."

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U2's Super Bowl XXXVI Halftime performance was show stopping to put it best. Just a few months after the 9/11 attacks in New York City, U2 performed a deeply emotional, heartbreaking and wonderful Halftime Show that left America speechless.

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Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake delivered probably THE most iconic Halftime show moment of all time! I mean, we all know what happens about 17 seconds after this pic, but prior to you know, Nipplegate, JT and Janet were tearing it up! 

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Bruno Mars performed during the Pepsi Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. With hits like "Locked Out of Heaven," and "Give It Away," featuring the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bruno gave the performance of a lifetime! Also, for this year, there have been rumors we could see him join Coldplay!

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In yet another iconic performance, Madonna took the stage and performed a variety of her biggest hits like "Vogue" and "Like a Prayer." Also joined by LMFAO, Cee-Lo Green, Nicki Minaj and M.I.A, who of course flipped the bird to the camera, Madonna created an absolute stellar show from start to finish.

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To say we are excited is a tremendous understatement! We cannot wait to see Coldplay and Beyonce tear it up at Super Bowl 50!

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