Billboard Explains The Super Bowl Halftime Show
<p>From Beyonce to Lady Gaga to The Weeknd, year after year, music’s top performers have shown hundreds of million viewers what they’re made of at an average cost around $13 million dollars. So what does it take to put the show together? And what does it do for an artist’s career? This is 'Billboard Explains: The Super Bowl Halftime Show.'</p>
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