The Evolution of Super Bowl Halftime Costumes

From Diana Ross's giant gold coat to Beyoncé's itty bitty black leotard.

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It's hard to imagine Super Bowl halftime without the insane costumes (and corresponding costume malfunctions)—and Jeremy Scott's outfit for Katy Perry next weekend is sure to join the hall of fame (minus the malfunction part, we hope). But back in the '90s when the first big Hollywood act took the stage—after almost 25 years of marching bands playing halftime—the costumes were tame. Don't believe us? Click through.
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1991: New Kids on the Block
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1993: Michael Jackson
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1995: Tony Bennett and Patti LaBelle
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1996: Diana Ross
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1996: Diana Ross
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1996: Diana Ross
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1997: ZZ Top
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1998: Queen Latifah
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1999: Stevie Wonder
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1999: Gloria Estefan
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2000: Christina Aguilera and Enrique Iglesias
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2000: Tina Turner
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2001: Justin Timberlake, Steven Tyler, Britney Spears, and Nelly
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2002: U2
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2003: Shania Twain
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2003: No Doubt
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2004: Janet Jackson
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2004: Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake
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2005: Paul McCartney
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2006: The Rolling Stones
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2007: Prince
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2008: Tom Petty
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2009: Bruce Springsteen
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2010: The Who
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2011: Usher and the Black Eyed Peas
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2011: The Black Eyed Peas
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2012: Nicki Minaj, Madonna, and M.I.A.
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2013: Kelly Rowland, Beyoncé, and Michelle Williams
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2014: Bruno Mars
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