Justin Timberlake Runs Through His Hits, Pays Tribute to Prince at Super Bowl Halftime Show

Justin Timberlake took the field at US Bank Stadium for his Super Bowl LII halftime show, giving a rousing rundown of his hits and a heartfelt tribute to Prince -- which was not a hologram.

He started off with "Filthy," off his latest album Man of the Woods, but then went into "Rock Your Body" and more of his popular songs.

Then, as the stadium lit up with the color purple, Timberlake played "I Would Die 4 U," while seated at a piano, with a backdrop of Prince performing.

Timberlake also played "Senorita," "SexyBack," "My Love," "Cry Me a River," "Suit & Tie," "Until the End of Time," "Mirrors" and ended with "Can't Stop the Feeling."

The singer even interacted with fans, grabbing a selfie with a young boy in the audience. But surprisingly, he did not bring out any guests to share the field with him.

Watch the Prince tribute below:

Super Bowl 52


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