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Justin Timberlake's Super Bowl Performance Has Everybody Talking. Watch the Full Show

From TIME - February 4, 2018

After his last Super Bowl appearance resulted in Janet Jacksons infamous wardrobe malfunction, Justin Timberlake returned to the big game this year amid controversial rumors that he would pay tribute to Prince with a hologram.

Instead, the Super Bowl 52 halftime show honored the late Prince by projecting a video of him onto a sheet in a virtual duet with Timberlake. Minneapolis, Princes hometown, was bathed in a purple light during the cover of I Would Die 4 U.

The lead creator of the halftime shows visual Prince effect, Nick Whitehouse, told Rolling Stone that Timberlake had spent a good deal of time deciding with the team how to honor Princes legacy.

Ultimately, Justin decided that the only person who could do Prince justice is Prince, he said.

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