Superbowl Standout: Justin Timberlake Returns

Superbowl 2018 was best of the best in commercials, football, and of course, a halftime show we couldn’t take our eyes off of. Yep, Justin Timberlake was back on the halftime stage (his last appearance at the Superbowl was somewhat defined by Janet Jackson’s infamous “wardrobe malfunction”), showering us with his greatest hits as well as brand new music from his upcoming album. Oh, and he even managed to pay tribute to Prince, a Minneapolis native, in a stand-out moment from his show.

While the Patriots and the Eagles took a break from their big game, Justin took the stage in camouflage, in tune to market his upcoming album, “Man of the Woods.” He graced us with his latest single, “Filthy,” and then went right into his old hits, including “Senorita,” “Cry Me A River,” and “Sexy Back,” among others. This was one of the highlights of his performance, as we all love a good JT throwback.

The other glorious moment of his show was his Prince tribute. A purple projection of Prince appeared behind Justin while he sang Prince hits “I Would Die For You” and “Until The End Of Time.” Buildings surrounding the stadium were lit up in purple light in tribute to one of the most magical artists of our lifetime.

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