Published on February 1st, 2015 | by Andy0
The Top 12 Super Bowl Halftime Most Unforgettable Looks
Are you ready for some football????
We are, but not only are we revved up with excitement for the Super Bowl XLIV outcome, we are finally only hours away from viewing Katy Perry’s Super Bowl halftime performance costume of choice.
Our minds are filled with tons of questions like what type of theme will her performance include? What color hair will she choose? How many wardrobe changes will her set include? Whatever looks make it to the final wardrobe fitting, we know it will be a sight to see. As we run through her fashion track record, we know that her outfits always include fun, eclectic and girly looks.
This year, expect Perry to appear in a Jeremy Scott infused number or two. Designer Scott is known for his outlandish and colorful collections such as his McDonald’s and Barbie inspired collections for Moschino. Perry and Scott have been friends for a number of years and have collaborated together on wardrobe for tours and special performances, so it’s only right for him to team up with her for such a memorable moment in history.
In an interview with Access Hollywood, Scott said to expect the unexpected, lots of excitement, lots of outfit changes, which is very difficult to do with basically this kind of set up.
Nearly every year, besides waiting for the big game itself, we are counting down the minutes before halftime so we can ‘ohhh’ and ‘ahhh’ at not only the performance itself, but what iconic look the artist(s) will pull off during their 12 minute performance.
From Diana Ross’ elaborate orange and purple zip-up ruffled dress to Madonna’s cast iron black, leather Egyptian look to James Brown’s flaming red suit lined with red glitter get up, Perry has some rather large shoes to fill this evening.
We numbered our top 12 most bodacious Super Bowl halftime performance costumes ever. Let us know who would make your Super Bowl halftime lookbook?
1. Diana Ross: 1996 Super Bowl XXX
2. Madonna, Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.: 2012 Super Bowl XLVI
3. Michael Jackson: 1993 Super Bowl XXVII
4. Janet Jackson: 2004 Super Bowl XXXVIII
5. Beyonce: 2013 Super Bowl XLVII
6. Prince: 2007 Super Bowl XLI
7. Patti Labelle: 1995 XXIX
8. Shania Twain: 2003 Super Bowl XXXVII
9. James Brown: 1997 Super Bowl XXI
10. Black Eye Peas: 2011 Super Bowl XLV
11. Usher: 2011 Super Bowl XLV
12. Bruno Mars: 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII