No Doubt Listed On Top Ten Super Bowl Performances

It’s that time of year again! No Doubt always come in on annual Super Bowl performance countdowns, and this year is no exeception! Their legendary performances of “Just A Girl” and duet with Sting on his “Message In A Bottle” will always be a favorite. No Doubt performed at the 2003 half time show and always will be cherished as one of the band’s most memorable moments.

On the website you can also vote No Doubt your favorite as well!

Hollywood Life — Super Bowl Sunday is here! A day of celebration to spend time with friends and family while enjoying America’s favorite pastime. Whether you are rooting for the Steelers or the Packers, everyone can agree there’s more than just football to enjoy this Sunday. The celebrity-studded parties, hilarious commercials, and the epic halftime show are, for some, the best part of the Super Bowl Sunday experience! This year the Black Eyed Peas will be taking over the epic halftime show with a fifteen minute medley of their best songs. Rumor has it they will be rocking outrageous fashions and busting out crazy dance moves. The Super Bowl stage has housed music legends like Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, The Rolling Stones, and Justin Timberlake. Will the Black Eyed Peas rise to the occasion and bring enough heat to make Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction look like nothing more than a small kitchen fire, or will their performance sizzle short? Here are our top 10 favorite past Super Bowl performances, tell us what you think!

#7 Shania Twain, No Doubt and Sting (Super Bowl 2003):
This performance featured two girl-power ballads sung by female icons Country crooner Shania and punk rocker Gwen. The boys had their fun too in a duet with Sting and Gwen Stefani.

2 Replies to “No Doubt Listed On Top Ten Super Bowl Performances”

  1. Sorry, but that list kinda sucks. I can’t believe U2 wasn’t on it. They gave a pretty powerful performance after 9/11. And no Paul McCartney?!!? I like The Who, but they sounded terrible last year. And don’t even get me started on the Black Eyed Peas this year. They haven’t been good in years..it’s just the Fergie/Will.I.Am show now. The only thing they got right was that No Doubt rocked 🙂

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