Super Bowl Outfits – Every Super Bowl Costume From 1993 To Now

Shakira, Super Bowl 2020

Peter Dundas designer Shakira’s deep red Swarovski-encrusted mini dress.


Jennifer Lopez, Super Bowl 2020

Atelier Versace created Jennifer Lopez’s outfits, including this leather look complete with chaps.

Jennifer Lopez and Shakira, Super Bowl 2020

JLo then changed into a jewel-encrusted bodysuit.

Jennifer Lopez and Shakira, Super Bowl 2020

And the two Latina women closed the show in complementing metallic outfits.

Adam Levine of Maroon 5, Super Bowl 2019

Frontman Levine started off wearing a coat, zip-up sweatshirt and jeans for his halftime performance.


Adam Levine, Super Bowl 2019

As the performance went on Levine undressed, revealing a printed vest.

Travis Scott, Super Bowl 2019

Rapper Travis Scott wore a leather waistcoat, cap and leather trousers.

Justin Timberlake, Super Bowl 2018

Timberlake wore a nature-inspired suit with neckerchief.


Lady Gaga, Super Bowl 2017

Gaga wore a jewel-encrusted bodysuit and matching boots by Atelier Versace.


Lady Gaga, Super Bowl 2017

For her second ensemble, the actor and singer changed into an American football-inspired top and hot pants.

Chris Martin, Super Bowl 2016

Coldplay’s frontman Chris Martin wore a tie-dyed jacket to perform.


Bruno Mars, Super Bowl 2016

Mars joined the performance in an all-black leather-look sweatsuit.

Mark Ronson, Super Bowl 2016

Ronson wore a gold and black varsity jacket to DJ.

Beyoncé, Super Bowl 2016

Beyoncé and her dancers wore Black Panther-inspired outfits designed by Zana Bayne.

Katy Perry, Super Bowl 2015

Perry opened her performance in a flaming two-piece by Jeremy Scott on a giant mechanical lion.


Katy Perry, Super Bowl 2015

For her second outfit Perry swapped into a 1950s-style mini dress.

Katy Perry and Missy Elliott, Super Bowl 2015

Perry wore a zip-up hoodie as Missy Elliott, in a jumpsuit, joined her.

Katy Perry, Super Bowl 2015

To close her halftime performance, Perry wore a starry maxi dress.

Bruno Mars, Super Bowl 2014

Mars wore a metallic suit and skinny tie for his performance.


Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Super Bowl 2014

Both lead singer Anthony Kiedis and bassist Flea decided to go shirtless.

Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, Super Bowl 2013

Beyoncé, who was joined by her former Destiny’s Child members, wore a leather cutout bodysuit by Rubin Singer.


Madonna, Super Bowl 2012

Madonna appeared as a Roman Empress in all gold, complete with headpiece, to start her halftime show.


Madonna and LMFAO, Super Bowl 2012

Madonna was joined by LMFAO in centurion outfits.

Nicki Minaj, Madonna and M.I.A., Super Bowl 2012

Rappers Minaj and M.I.A. came on stage dressed as cheerleaders.

Cee Lo and Madonna, Super Bowl 2012

Cee Lo then appeared as they dressed as choristers.

Black Eyed Peas, Super Bowl 2011

The Black Eyed Peas wore leather-look outfits somewhat inspired by American football gear, and complete with LED lights.


Fergie and Slash, Super Bowl 2011

Slash joined them on stage with a signature studded top hat.

Usher, Super Bowl 2011

Usher helped close the show in an all-white ensemble.

The Who, Super Bowl 2010

Roger Daltrey wore a striped jacket, while Pete Townsend wore an all black ensemble and matching hat.


Bruce Springsteen, Super Bowl 2009

Springsteen wore all black for his live show.


Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Super Bowl 2008

Frontman Petty wore a yellow shirt and polkadot neck scarf with a dark suit.


Prince, Super Bowl 2007

Prince paired a turquoise suit with an orange shirt and his iconic purple guitar.


The Rolling Stones, Super Bowl 2006

Frontman Mick Jagger started his performance wearing a sequinned morning suit jacket, and ended in a t-shirt and jeans.


Paul McCartney, Super Bowl 2005

McCartney wore a red long-sleeve t-shirt and pinstriped blazer for his performance.


Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake, Super Bowl 2004

Jackson opened the halftime show in a latex corset with cropped trousers and pointed boots. At the end of the show, she was joined by Justin Timberlake, who ripped off the cup of her corset at the end of his song.


Nelly and Sean P. Diddy Combs, Super Bowl 2004

The two rappers joined the show dressed in an oversized football jersey and a white vest.

Shania Twain, Super Bowl 2003

Canadian singer Shania Twain kicked off the halftime show in 2003 in knee-high boots, a bedazzled bra and cut-out Matrix-style coat.


Gwen Stefani and Tony Kanal of No Doubt, Super Bowl 2003

No Doubt followed Twain, with lead singer Stefani wearing a silver bra with low-slung trousers

Gwen Stefani and Sting, Super Bowl 2003

Sting joined the Ska rock band wearing a two-tone t-shirt.

Bono of U2, Super Bowl 2002

Bono revealed his jacket had an American flag in its lining during U2’s performance.


NSYNC, Super Bowl 2001

NSYNC opened the 2001 halftime show in matching distressed denim and leather.


Steven Tyler of Aerosmith and Britney Spears, Super Bowl 2001

Both Tyler and Spears joined the performance, with Spears wearing low cut trousers and crop top.

Mary J Blige, Justin Timberlake, Steve Tyler, Britney Spears and Nelly, Super Bowl 2001

Blige and Nelly also joined the show. Blige wore a yellow snakeprint shirt and leather bootleg trousers.

Enrique Iglesias and Christina Aguilera, Super Bowl 2000

In a Disney-themed show, Christina Aguilera (in a leather skirt and red roll neck) sung with Enrique Iglesias.


Phil Collins, Super Bowl 2000

Collins followed up in cargo trousers and a backwards hat.

Toni Braxton, Super Bowl 2000

Braxton closed the show in a white gown with a train.

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Super Bowl 1999

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy kicked off the show in Zoot suits.


Stevie Wonder, Super Bowl 1999

Stevie Wonder picked up the show in red and black.

Gloria Estefan and Stevie Wonder, Super Bowl 1999

Gloria Estefan wore a black satin corset to sing with Wonder.

Queen Latifa, Super Bowl 1998

Queen Latifa wore a silver paisley coat and trousers.


James Brown and The Blues Brothers, Super Bowl 1997

Original Blues Brother Dan Ackroyd joined the late John Belushi’s brother, Jim Belushi ,opened the 1997 Super Bowl halftime show with James Brown.


James Brown, Super Bowl 1997

ZZ Top, Super Bowl 1997

Billy Gibbons and Dusty Hill wore velvet blazers for their performance.

Diana Ross, Super Bowl 1996

Ross wore not one, not two, but three ensembles for her halftime show, starting off with this red sequinned mini dress.


Diana Ross, Super Bowl 1996

After a quick change, she appeared in this orange and pink gown.

Diana Ross, Super Bowl 1996

She closed the show in a gold cape and purple catsuit.

Tony Bennett and Patti LaBelle, Super Bowl 1995

Jazz legend Tony Bennett in a white suit joined a sequin-clad Patti LaBelle in 1995.


Wynonna Judd and Naomi Judd, Super Bowl 1994

The mother-daughter duo wore contrasting black and white coat dresses.


Travis Tritt, Super Bowl 1994

Tritt wore a fringed jacket for the Country-themed performance.

Tanya Tucker, Super Bowl 1994

Tucker paired a leather jacket with embellished jeans.

Clint Black, Super Bowl 1994

Black wore all black for his song.

Michael Jackson, Super Bowl 1993

Michael Jackson wore a military-style jacket with aviator sunglasses for his performance.


Michael Jackson, Super Bowl 1993

Jackson removed the jacket and added a billowing shirt for the second half of his performance.

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