This may not exactly be high up on everyone’s list. That’s why we decided to put it up first. It wasn’t so memorable for the vocal talents of Gloria, but more for the presentation. It certainly seemed like a bad fever dream.
Katy Perry’s performance at the Superbowl was surely memorable. While her song “Roar” was somewhat so-so, it was the fact that she made full of use of WTF visuals. How about dancing sharks, anyone? She also had help from Lenny Kravitz and Missy Elliot for this.
It’s pretty much the same approach as the Rolling Stones for this. Sir Paul himself pulled off a performance that, while not totally mind blowing, still managed to capture the crowd’s interest. Well, when you’ve got a discography like his, it’s bound to happen. Come on, people, how can you not rock out to “Live and Let Die” at the halftime show?
Tom Petty wasn’t exactly a person who could wow his audience with light shows and extravagant productions. All he had to do was play his songs. That’s exactly what he did, and everyone ate it up. That’s how you do a proper performance that people will remember for a long time.
What do you get when you combine the legendary Phil Collins with rising stars Enrique Iglesias and Christina Aguilera? A salad of disastrous proportions, that’s what. You can even throw in Toni Braxton in there for good measure too. Yeah, we’re all too happy to remember this for its pure awfulness.