Justin Timberlake performs with Prince projection for the Super Bowl Halftime show

Justin Timberlake took the halftime stage while the Philadelphia Eagles were 10 points ahead of the New England Patriots at Super Bowl LII on Sunday.

Brittany King

Justin Timberlake's 2018 Super Bowl halftime performance was anything but "filthy." The 37-year-old singer kept it PG on Sunday, when he took the stage to perform a handful of throwback hits, a few songs from his latest album "Man of the Woods," and even paid tribute to Prince with a cover of "I Will Die 4 U."

It's gonna go by quick.

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Super Bowl Halftime Show Behind the Scenes

Timberlake's set began in an underground portion of U.S. Bank Stadium that was constructed to resemble a club filled with lasers and dancers. He then emerged from a staircase and went up into the stadium and performed a dance-filled set that included "Sexyback" and "Cry Me A River," and "Rock Your Body." 


There were a few key moment's of Timberlake's performance that had people talking: his outfit, his dancing, his selfie with a young fan in the stands, and his tribute to Prince. 


Before ending his set, the "Mirrors" singer took a seat at a white piano to perform "I Will Die 4 U" with footage of Prince projected onto a long screen in the middle of the stadium behind him. 


Watch his whole performance below!

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