Watch Justin Timberlake's Super Bowl LII Halftime Performance

He also showcased his Air Jordan 3 collaboration.

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Justin Timberlake performed at Super Bowl’s LII halftime show yesterday evening, doing so while wearing a pair of ultra-rare Jordan III’s. The singer opened with his latest single “Filthy” before going into a medley of his greatest hits, which included a Janet Jackson-less rendition of “Rock Your Body” amongst his other hits such as “Señorita,” “Cry Me a River,” and other hits.

He also included a Prince tribute, after it was rumoured that the show would feature a hologram of the musician — something the artist himself was notably against while alive. Instead Timberlake sang “I Would Die 4 U” alongside a large video of Prince performing the song.

To celebrate the performance Nike released the pair of Jordan III’s Timberlake wore during the show, being briefly available on the SNKRS app.

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