If the recently ratings-challenged NFL wanted to avoid any semblance of controversy with the Super Bowl LII halftime show, today’s performance by Justin Timberlake certainly succeeded – kind of. Back at the big game for the first time since the infamous Nipplegate wardrobe malfunction with Janet Jackson in 2004, the man behind the new Man of the Woods album sang and danced many of hits but never really found a groove on Sunday in Minneapolis. In fact, it looks like avoidance was the motto of Timberlake’s third stint in the Super Bowl spotlight. Coming out of a first half that had the underdog Philadelphia Eagles ahead of the reigning champs New England Patriots 22-12, it was a stance that ultimately resulted in nothing special except a brief and a good-taste-avoiding duet across the ages with Prince. Related Story Eagles’ 1st Super Bowl Win Draws 103.4M Viewers, Smallest Audience In Nine Years Despite the rumors and then the denials, there really wasn’t a surprise appearance by Jackson, a reunion of NSYNC’s 2001 Super Bowl halftime show or a hologram of the hometown icon today onstage with Timberlake. And while the latter clearly would have disrespected the expressed dismissive opinion of such high-tech duets… Read full this story
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