Beyonce. Madonna. The Black Eyed Peas. Lady Gaga. Shakira.
Who put on the best Super Bowl halftime act in recent memory?
Have a look below at some of the best Super Bowl performances and weigh in now.
It's a tough choice!
Queen Bey ran the world in 2013, making her Super Bowl performance one of the most memorable. She even staged a Destiny's Child reunion!
So much booty shaking! This was as fun and energetic as any halftime show ever. Thanks, ladies! Watch above!
Madonna took to the Super Bowl stage in 2012 and she proved she was the Queen of Pop. It's just a shame Beyonce outshone her the next year.
Black Eyed Peas
The Black Eyed Peas showed off their vocal prowess back in 2011 when they were still HUGE. Yes, their songs were AMAZING. Everything about it was just a delight.
Music legend, Bruce Springsteen took to the stage in 2009 with a showstopping performance.
The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones set the Super Bowl stage alight in 2006. Despite a few issues, it was a solid performance.
Paul McCartney proved in 2005 that he was just as relevant as he was many years before.
U2 performed in 2002 and it was simply breathtaking.
The King of pop performed with 3500 children in 1993 and it was a typical performance for him. His amazing vocals and dancing solidified it as one of the best performances of his career.
New Kids on the Block
New Kids on the Block went for a family friendly approach in 1991 and it worked.
Bruno Mars was such a success with his halftime show that he got an encore two years later.
Katy Perry turned in a solid halftime show, but there was some sort of incident with a left shark.
Coldplay, Beyonce & Bruno Mars
In 2016, it was Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars. It was outstanding. All three together were a force to be reckoned with.
The first singer to ever DESCEND FROM THE ROOF of a stadium and then drop off a set of bleachers upon catching a football to conclude her show. She played all her classics, with a ton of energy.
JT delivered a high-energy performance that started with him emerging from the crowd. He sang his greatest hits and reminded us: The dude can dance!