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Bruno Mars and The Most Memorable Super Bowl Half-Time Shows of Late
If Sunday night's lop-sided Super Bowl left you feeling a bit bored, at least Bruno Mars' 14-minute half-time show brought the fun. Mars is no stranger to packed arenas and televised performances, which is probably why he was tapped to helm the musical portion of this year's game. In fact, his half-time show alone attracted more than 115 million viewers — about 4 million more than the game itself, and over a million more than Madonna's performance in 2012, which (until now) held the record for the most-watched Super Bowl half-time show of all time. READ: How to Tell When Someone is Lip-Synching (Sorry, Beyonce) Lucky for Bruno, he earned almost universal praise from everyone who saw the spectacle, too. And that's a good thing, because we sometimes tend to remember our least favorite performances moreso than our favorites. Let's take a look back at some of the most memorable performances from the last 10 years, then tell us about your favorites in the comments. 
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2013

Beyonce and Destiny's Child perform during the half-time show of the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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2012

Madonna performs during the half-time show in the NFL Super Bowl XLVI football game in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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2011

The Black Eyed Peas perform during the half-time show at the NFL's Super Bowl XLV in Arlington, Texas.
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2010

Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who performs during Super Bowl XLIV in Miami, Florida.
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2009

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band wave at the end of their half-time show at Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa, Florida.
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2008

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers perform during the half-time show of Super Bowl XLII in Glendale, Arizona.
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2007

Prince performs during the half-time show ats Super Bowl XLI in Miami, Florida.
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2006

The Rolling Stones perform during half-time at the NFL's Super Bowl XL in Detroit, Michigan.
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2005

Sir Paul McCartney sings at Super Bowl XXXIX in Jacksonville, Florida.
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2004

Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake finish their half-time performance at Super Bowl XXXVIII in Houston, Texas.
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Bruno Mars and The Most Memorable Super Bowl Half-Time Shows of Late

If Sunday night's lop-sided Super Bowl left you feeling a bit bored, at least Bruno Mars' 14-minute half-time show brought the fun. Mars is no stranger to packed arenas and televised performances, which is probably why he was tapped to helm the musical portion of this year's game. In fact, his half-time show alone attracted more than 115 million viewers — about 4 million more than the game itself, and over a million more than Madonna's performance in 2012, which (until now) held the record for the most-watched Super Bowl half-time show of all time. READ: How to Tell When Someone is Lip-Synching (Sorry, Beyonce) Lucky for Bruno, he earned almost universal praise from everyone who saw the spectacle, too. And that's a good thing, because we sometimes tend to remember our least favorite performances moreso than our favorites. Let's take a look back at some of the most memorable performances from the last 10 years, then tell us about your favorites in the comments. 

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