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The Richest Super Bowl Halftime Show Performers of the 2000s, According to Net Worth

In most sports, halftime is when you brave the endless lineups at the concession stand or the restrooms. When it comes to American football, though, halftime is for non-sporty entertainment, especially when it comes to the biggest game of them all: the Super Bowl.

The Super Bowl used to provide entertainment in the form of marching bands, but since the 1990s, the halftime show has featured some of the most popular performers of all time. Even though they usually only last about 15 minutes, some of these shows have made history – who could forget Prince’s Dolphin Stadium performance in high heels on a slippery stage in the pouring rain at Super Bowl XLI in 2007?

Performing in the Super Bowl halftime show is a sure way of boosting record sales, which is why the halftime show performers don’t get paid an appearance fee, even though their expenses are covered by the NFL – not that they need it. Rihanna, slated to perform at Super Bowl LVII at the State Farm Stadium in Arizona this year, is worth a whopping $1.4 billion, according to Forbes. The 20 other richest Super Bowl halftime show performers since 2000 on our list haven’t done too badly for themselves, either.

Note: all net worths listed are estimated, in USD and according to online sources like Celebrity Net Worth, Forbes and Wealthy Gorilla.

See also: The richest celebrity chefs, ranked by net worth.

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