In just a few days, not only will the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers fight for bragging rights as the champions of The NFL's golden anniversary Super Bowl, but people will also be gather around their TVs for the other entertainment of the night - the commercials and the halftime show, this year headlined by Coldplay.

So I want to know, what do you think the most memorable halftime show since 2000 was? Here are my top 5, feel free to add yours!

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    Ezra Shaw - Getty Images

    Super Bowl XXXVI

    U2's Emotional 9/11 Tribute

    On February 3, 2002, only a few months after the September 11th attacks changed the world forever, U2 took to the stage and paid tribute to those lost in the attacks and the regular men and women who became heroes that day. It was an emotional and soaring performance.

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    Donald Miralle - Getty Images

    Super Bowl XXXVIII


    On February 1, 2004, Justin Timberlake's now infamous lyric "I'm gonna have you naked by the end of this song", revealed an awful lot about Janet Jackson. And I'm not just talking about what kind of jewelry she likes. You want memorable? That was a memorable show!

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    Brian Bahr - Getty Images

    Super Bowl XXXIX

    Classic Rock Rocks

    Justin and Janet put a major scare into the halftime show producers, and they decided that the next year, something a bit "safer" would be the way to go. And what's more family friendly than a Beatle? Sir Paul McCartney kicked off a string of classic rock themed halftime shows on February 6, 2005.

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    Al Bello - Getty Images

    Super Bowl XLIII


    If there's one man who knows how to put on a show, one man who can get a crowd of tens of thousands up on their feet, one man who doesn't need special guests or surprises, it's Bruce. And on February 1, 2009, The Boss showed an audience of millions why he's The Boss!

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    Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

    Super Bowl XLVII

    The Surprise We All Saw Coming

    When Beyoncé was announced as the halftime performer, rumors started immediately that there would be a Destiny's Child reunion at the 50 yard line. Not one to disappoint, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams rose from the stage and tore into a medley of the group's biggest hits on February 3rd, 2013.


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