Justin Timberlake Pays Tribute To Prince at Superbowl 2018


Justin Timberlake is one true performer. The singer opened his Super Bowl performance backstage amid laser beams as audience members danced and cheering. Timberlake then headed into the stadium, walking through a crowd while he sang his new single "Filthy.

He entered U.S. Bank Stadium, dancing across a walkway as he performed his classic hit "Rock Your Body."

Joining his dancers and band against a geometric light-up backdrop, he performed his great hit, Sexy Back, My Love, and Cry Me A River.
 

Timberlake descended back into the field with the support of a large marching band as he stood on a brightly lit platform for a fresh take on his song "Suit & Tie," which was originally performed with Jay-Z. Then, he sang "Until the End of Time," which was originally performed with Beyoncé.

Justin Timberlake Pays Tribute To Prince at Superbowl 2018

He the paid tribute to Prince as huge hologram of the late legend projected onto a larger-than-life backdrop as he sang  "I Would Die 4 U" Minneapolis stadium appeared to turn purple with Prince's iconic "Love Symbol" superimposed over it.

Timberlake stood on a stage and performed "Mirrors" as the whole stadium lit up with fans' phones. The dancers turned over their mirrors to reveal brightly colored swatches as Timberlake launched into his 2016 hit "Can't Stop the Feeling."

We have to admit, it was one of the best, most exciting Superbowl Halftime Show ever!
Justin Timberlake Pays Tribute To Prince at Superbowl 2018 Justin Timberlake Pays Tribute To Prince at Superbowl 2018 Reviewed by on February 04, 2018 Rating: 5

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