Usher will make his Super Bowl headline debut in the much-anticipated half-time show on Sunday.
The half-time show of the American football showpiece is one of the most coveted slots in music, attracting the biggest names in the industry.
Here, the PA news agency looks back at previous performers:
Last year the pop megastar kicked off her live headline performance with a major reveal, confirming she was pregnant with her second child.
The hit-heavy show saw Rihanna suspended above the stadium, dressed in a bold red jumpsuit, treating fans to a selection of tracks from her extensive catalogue, including Bitch Better Have My Money, We Found Love and Umbrella.
Throughout the performance, Rihanna commanded the stage, strolling up and down alongside a flock of dancers dressed in white hoodies and sweat pants, at one point stopping to touch up her make-up and performing razor-sharp choreography.
– Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J Blige and Kendrick Lamar
R&B star Blige showed off her vocal range, while Eminem performed a rendition of Lose Yourself, and Lamar, Dr Dre and his protege Snoop Dogg sang their song The Next Episode.
A performance of West Coast rap anthem California Love followed, with Dre singing the lyrics by the late Tupac Shakur.
– Jennifer Lopez and Shakira
The performance contained hit songs, fireworks, a small army of backing dancers and a cameo from J-Lo’s daughter, who was 11 at the time.
Colombian singer Shakira kicked off the performance with a medley of some of her biggest songs, including Empire, She Wolf and Whenever, Wherever, singing in Spanish and English.
Bronx-born Lopez arrived on a pole, a reminder of her acclaimed turn in stripper drama Hustlers, and opened with a snippet of her hit Jenny From The Block.
– Maroon 5
The performance featured a surprise appearance from US rapper Travis Scott, who was introduced by a SpongeBob SquarePants animated short before an asteroid light installation announced his arrival on stage.
Fans were unimpressed by the performance and voiced their displeasure on Twitter.
– Lady Gaga
She also performed Poker Face, Born This Way and Telephone before donning a gold jacket with spiked shoulders for her rendition of Just Dance.
Gaga ended the half-time show by jumping off the stage to catch a football thrown towards her.
In 2013, the US star performed hit after hit, as well as bringing out Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, treating fans to a Destiny’s Child reunion.
Beyonce returned to the Super Bowl in 2016 for a star-studded half-time show alongside headliners Coldplay and guest Bruno Mars, performing a medley of hits for the 50th Super Bowl.