Maybe you're team didn't make it to the Super Bowl, or maybe you just don't like football. But when it comes to the often ostentatious Halftime Show, the performance is a "Super Bowl" of its own—albeit of the pop music persuasion.
The Halftime Show has played host to legends like Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney, become one of the most memeable events of the year with Katy Perry, and spurred a major overhaul of live broadcasts after thenotorious Janet Jackson "wardrobe malfunction" in 2004. It's one of the biggest and most widely-seen performances of the year, and with designers like Riccardo Tisci and Jeremy Scott cutting the costumes for Halftime stars, it's also the first (and probably only) time a large swath of Americans experience "designer fashion."
In honor of the gaudiest sports event of the year, we've rounded up The Most Stylish Super Bowl Hafltime Shows. Don't worry, you don't have to know the difference between a "first down" and "touchdown."