Celebrity·Posted on Feb 7, 202113 Of The Most Iconic Super Bowl Performer Outfits Of All TimeThe halftime show would be nothing without the fresh fits.by Andria MooreBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Sunday marks the 55th Super Bowl. And while some fans do truly care about the game, let's be honest: The majority of us tune in to see the halftime show. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC / Via giphy.com This year it's The Weeknd. Performing at the Super Bowl is a special kind of honor for an artist. So naturally, they tend to bring their A game, especially in terms of performance outfits. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NFL / Via giphy.com That being said, here are 13 of the most iconic outfits of all time! 13. Michael Jackson (1993) Joe Traver / Getty Images Michael never failed to deliver when it came to fabulous attire. 12. James Brown (1997) Al Bello / Getty Images The man wore an all-red suit. I think it speaks for itself. 11. Britney Spears (2001) Joe Traver / Getty Images I feel that this one needs to be included because Britney out-Britneyed herself. The super-tight pants and the ripped T-shirt/crop top all scream Britney. 10. Beyoncé (2013) Kevin Mazur / WireImage / Getty Images Queen Bey's outfit was obviously fabulous on its own, but the combination of her with Kelly and Michelle made for the perfect trifecta. 9. Katy Perry (2015) Medianews Group / Getty Images Let's be honest: The outfit is very Flintstones, but riding a LION made the whole ensemble iconic. 8. The Judds (1994) George Rose / Getty Images Wynonna came to deliver with this black, pirate-looking suit. Here for it. 7. Lady Gaga (2017) Timothy A. Clary / Getty Images The custom Versace WITH the jacket?? 6. Jennifer Lopez (2020) Focus on Sport / Getty Images It was as if she was naked but for a few perfectly placed jewels. And the pole dancing was a game changer. 5. Madonna (2012) Timothy A. Clary / Getty Images That crown, though. I'd expect nothing less from the Queen of Pop. 4. Prince (2007) Doug Pensinger / Getty Images Perhaps one of the smoothest, most stylish Super Bowl performers. The purple guitar made the whole fit. 3. Beyoncé and Bruno Mars (2016) Ezra Shaw / Getty Images OK, I know Beyoncé is on here twice, but nothing can surpass the complete power that was her surprise "Formation" performance alongside Bruno in 2016. Coldplay was the headliner that year, but Queen Bey and Bruno stole the show with their black leather–clad dance-off. 2. Janet Jackson (2004) Jeff Haynes / Getty Images This one is iconic for reasons other than just the outfit. 1. Patti LaBelle (1995) Doug Collier / Getty Images Patti managed to look both sexy and classy. No offense to the other performers, but they pale in comparison.