Justin Timberlake returned to the Super Bowl halftime stage last night (Feb 4) for a performance that received a mixed response from viewers.
There were complaints of poor sound during his 14-minute set, which included classics Rock Your Body, Cry Me A River and Number 1 hit Sexyback plus tracks from his new album Man Of The Woods.
Justin's performance marked his third stint in the Super Bowl spotlight, returning 14 years after the infamous nipplegate incident with Janet Jackson.
Janet put rumours to rest that she was join Justin ahead of his performance, posting on Twitter: "To put to rest any speculation or rumours as to whether I will be performing at the Super Bowl tomorrow: I will not. Thank you for your support and I do look forward to seeing you all very soon."
There were cheers during a tribute to Prince - the Minneapolis-born music legend was were this year's game was held. Justin sung Prince's I Would Die For You as an image of the late star was projected beside him.
Justin's new album, released last Friday (Feb 2), is expected to make a strong showing on this week's Official Albums Chart. Check out his biggest selling singles in the UK so far here.
Justin's full Super Bowl halftime show set was:
Rock Your Body
Cry Me A River
Suit & Tie
Until The End of Time
I Would Die 4 U (Prince tribute)
Can't Stop The Feeling
Watch the performance in full below: