These are the most viewed Super Bowl halftime shows
Feb 05, 2024 – minute read
🎶Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! 🎶 Super Bowl Sunday is all about the big on-field stars, the even bigger plays we’ll be replaying for decades (we see you, David Tyree), and the halftime performances that will be remembered for better or worse.
This year, Usher will take to the Apple Music Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show stage! Can you predict what songs Usher will play from his multi-decade spanning catalog of music? Music fans all over the world continue to play "Yeah!," "My Boo" and "DJ Got Us Fallin In Love" on repeat while also devouring his latest hit "Good Good" with Summer Walker and 21 Savage. No matter what he plays, it's sure to be an epic performance!
As we look ahead to seeing Usher at Super Bowl LVIII, we’re looking back at the other artists who have graced the stage and we’re counting down the top 10 most viewed halftime videos from the NFL's channel.
Taking the number 10 spot is Justin Timberlake’s performance from Super Bowl LII where he brought Sexyback. He surprised fans with an N’SYNC reunion and 90s boy band fans everywhere went wild for it.
A shirtless Adam Levine, some Songs About Jane, and a blending of rock and rap genres made for a much talked about and watched halftime show…21 million views on this video, to be exact.
The masked doppelgangers took centerstage alongside The Weeknd in Tampa, Florida…and we loved it. 🎶
Powerhouse vocals, patriotism, and propelling in from the roof? Lady Gaga had it all in her iconic Super Bowl halftime show. Seriously, it made us want to just dance. 🎶
Coming in the number 6 spot is Katy Perry’s performance that both delighted and confused viewers. Left Shark became an Internet meme in minutes and an amazing guest performance from Missy Elliot will forever put this one in the history books.
Chris Martin and Coldplay headlined the Super Bowl halftime show but Beyoncé and Bruno Mars upped the energy even more to make this one of our favorite videos.
Is it really any surprise fans have watched this cutdown of Beyoncé and Bruno Mars at Super Bowl 50 more than 176 million times? Their dance off is one of the most epic of all time. Don’t believe us? Just watch. 🎶
The number three spot belongs to this queen. Breaking her own baby news and still managing to break it down on the Super Bowl stage is no easy feat. We’re still playing Rihanna’s halftime show on repeat.
One word: legends. This Super Bowl halftime show had us in da club, showing California love, and craving some of mom’s spaghetti all at the same time. 250 million views means we aren’t the only ones wanting more of this performance.
What happens when you put two global Latina superstars together on the Super Bowl halftime stage? They make history, pay homage to their roots, and show why they continue to dominate the charts after decades in the industry. 301 million views on this video makes it the most watched halftime video on the NFL’s channel.