Half time, full fashion: the best Super Bowl outfits ever

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Previous years have seen the likes of Lady Gaga, Coldplay, Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, Madonna, Bruce Springsteen, Prince and the Rolling Stones take to the stage in an array of designer creations.

From the Givenchy capes and headdresses Madonna wore in 2012, to the crystal-embellished Versace bodysuit Lady Gaga rocked in 2017, the half-time slot is a moment of sartorial theatre like no other.

In amongst all the triumphs of spandex and sequins, however, some years have seen some dressing disasters.

Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake on stage in 2004

Back in 2004 for example, Janet Jackson experienced a major wardrobe malfunction onstage after Justin Timberlake inadvertently exposed her breast during a performance.

Mid-way through singing the lyrics “bet I’ll have you naked by the end of this song” from his hit “Rock Your Body,” the former N-Sync star accidentally tore off a piece of Jackson’s top, revealing her pierced nipple to millions of viewers.

Despite the misdemeanour, Timberlake – who also featured in 2001’s half-time show alongside Britney Spears – has been invited back for a third time to headline this Sunday’s show.

Ten-time Grammy Award-winner Timberlake will be joined on stage by P!nk, who has been selected to sing the US national anthem.

Singer P!nk has been booked to sing the national anthem at the 2018 Super Bowl

As an Eagles fan from Philadelphia, P!nk was excited to learn her team would be playing in Super Bowl 52 and she tweeted to her 32.2million fans to say so too.

What will she, JT and the other performers be wearing? Only two days till we find out.

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