Today, February 12th, is one of the most exciting days for sports fans as Super Bowl LVII will be held at the University of Phoenix Stadium. This match will be between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles, and one of the most eagerly anticipated moments will be Rihanna’s performance at halftime.
The Super Bowl is the most important sports event in the world, and it’s a dream for any artist to perform at halftime, as millions of people watch it not only in the United States but also around the world. Although Michael Jackson has given one of the most memorable shows in Super Bowl history, the title for the best halftime performance is held by Diana Ross.
Diana Ross performed her show at the Super Bowl XXX halftime show, 27 years ago, at the Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona. The 30th edition of the Super Bowl deserved a great performance, and the Detroit-born 1944 singer delivered.
Diana Ross’s show began with a platform and pyrotechnics, and she sang “Stop in the Name of Love” in a pink mini dress. There were also hundreds of dancers on stage, and some formed a large letter with her name. The singer included balloons and costume changes in her performance, but what really marked her was the spectacular finale, when she boarded a helicopter and bid farewell to her audience in an unforgettable way.
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