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Justin Timberlake placed on the program of a life time.
After late-night host and individual buddy Jimmy Fallon presented the entertainer while set down on a Pepsi indication, Timberlake started his profession turning point minute with “Filthy” off his newest album Man of the Woods as he carried out for a smaller sized crowd prior to making his method into the arena for the complete halftime program.
“Let’s go!” he prompted the countless fans viewing from inside the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn. as he transitioned into his throwback hit “Rock Your Body” surrounded by backup dancers all in sync. Unlike the 2004 Super Bowl, he was not remarkably signed up with by Janet Jackson as some fans had actually anticipated. It looked like Timberlake acknowledged the lots of reports when he really quickly stopped briefly the efficiency by yelling “Hold up—stop!” prior to introducing back into the regimen.
Joined by his huge band, the Tennessee Kids, it was time to introduce into a remixed variation of “SexyBack” as his dancers and band kept the efficiency pulsing. While he just recently launched his 5th album, it didn’t stop him from amusing the crowd with his older hits, consisting of the 2002 track, “Cry Me a River.” He then provided the mic a break and displayed his carry on the field.
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For a modification of rate, a complete marchine bang worn matches surrounded him on the field as Timberlake began his “Suit & Tie” bit. He slowed it down even further when he prompted the fans to switch on their phone lights while he sat behind a white piano for “Until the End of Time.”
While Timberlake wasn’t signed up with by Jackson or ‘N Sync, the reports showed to be real when a video of Prince was forecasted onto a huge banner behind the entertainer as the 2 sang the late icon’s timeless track, “I Would Die 4 U.”
After a 360- degree efficiency of “Mirrors,” the program would not be total with Timberlake’s current chart-topper, “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” While he sang the hit, the Grammy winner visited fans in the stands as he paced a staircase while dancers worn vibrant t-shirts kept the program decreasing below.
“It’s gonna go by quick,” Timberlake stated in a behind-the-scenes video ahead of the program– and he wasn’t joking. Prior to we understood it, the vocalist’s grand ending had actually shown up. Easily, he reclaimed football’s night and made it his own.