No Doubt And Sting #9 On Billboard’s Best Super Bowl Half-Time Shows

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“I’m just a girl… at the super bowl!” Today is the big day! No Doubt and their collaboration with Sting at 2003’s Super Bowl half-time show has been named the #9 performance in history! They praise the band for their “must-see-to-believe” duet with Sting on “Message In A Bottle”, and we know for the band as well that it such an unforgettable moment for them and for the fans!

Billboard#9 No Doubt and Sting

Once Shania Twain (and her keytarist!) had pleased the San Diego crowd with a medley that included hit “Man! I Feel Like A Woman,” No Doubt took the stage. Gwen Stefani opened “Just a Girl” with a few gleeful push-ups (and not “girl” ones), but the night’s true File Under: Must Be Seen To Be Believed moment arrived when Stefani delivered a fireworks-punctuated, hip-shaking duet with Sting on the Police classic “Message in a Bottle.”

We also want to look back at No Doubt’s performances for the big event!

2 Replies to “No Doubt And Sting #9 On Billboard’s Best Super Bowl Half-Time Shows”

  1. This was the only superbowl I have ever watched, and I watched it just for No Doubt! They were amazing, as always 🙂

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