For Super Bowl LV, they put on quite a show.
Previous years have seen the likes of Prince, U2, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and more take to the stage for the half-time show of the monumental sports event. For 2021, The Weeknd headlined the Super Bowl while Miley Cyrus performed pre-show.
The bar had been set high by previous Super Bowl performances. But the Weeknd most certainly delivered.
He sang such hit songs as "I Can’t Feel My Face", "I Feel It Coming", "The Hills" and "Save Your Tears."
For the number "Earned It", he was accompanied by choir singers.
"Blinding Lights" (with literal flashing lights and an epic choreography by a terrific ensemble) closed out the Super Bowl set.
As for Miley, she took an '80s theme akin to her latest album 'Plastic Hearts' for her Super Bowl set.
She opened with "Hey Mickey" and surprised everyone when she paired up with the legendary Billy Idol for such numbers as "Night Crawling" and "White Wedding."
That wasn't the only rock and roll legend who joined her either as Miley performed opposite Joan Jett too.
She sang covers of "Heart of Glass" by Blondie and Nine Inch Nails’ "Head Like a Hole".
She also merged "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" with "Jolene" by her real-life godmother, Dolly Parton.
Other originals she sang included "Prisoner" and "Angels Like You".
She also performed her recent "Midnight Sky" remix, which samples "Edge of Seventeen" from Stevie Nicks.
And of course classics like "We Don't Stop", "Party in the U.S.A", "Wrecking Ball" and "The Hill" all featured.
Check out some of the Super Bowl highlights below.