Well Madonna's highly anticipated Superbowl half time performance is over -- and we think she did a cracking job despite stumbling slightly at one point!
Madge's whirlwind set opened with the 53 year old pop queen being carried into the stadium by what seemed like hundreds of burly gladiators -- and she immediately launched into an awesome remixed version of Vogue.
The stage then transformed into a futuristic disco for a taste of Music complete with tight-rope walkers! The cheeky lads from LMFAO even lumbered by to chip in with a bit of Party Rock Anthem and Sexy and I Know It. We loved Madonna's high-heeled shufflin'! Props girl!
Madonna continued with her new hit Give Me All Your Luvin' flanked by a swag of hottie cheerleaders (two of whom were Nicki Minaj and M.I.A) and later a huge marching band - headed up by Cee-Lo Green!
She then moved into Open Your Heart briefly with Cee-Lo, before finishing epically on Just Like A Prayer accompanied by a huge gospel choir!
Madonna finished her performance (wardrobe malfunction free) by disappearing into the ground in a jet of smoke, leaving a humungous 'World Peace' emblazoned in the pitch.
Props to Kelly Clarkson as well for opening the show with the national anthem and remembering all the lyrics! (watch below Madonna's performance)
Did you like Madonna's performance? Or was it missing the drama and controversy of previous years? Watch it below!
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