She came. She roared. She conquered. Katy Perry headlined Super Bowl XLIX’s halftime show and she brought the quirky factor of the big game up several notches, as only she could. She emerged on a mechanical beast that could only be described as Megazord from Power Rangers . Then she one-upped every Olympic opening and closing ceremony by bringing out dancing trees and sharks. See also: A GoPro’s view of Katy Perry’s explosive halftime show in the stadium Perry’s somewhat underwhelming set included all of her expected pop tunes, including “Roar,” “Firework” and “California Gurls.” She also briefly brought out Lenny Kravitz’s to help sing “I Kissed a Girl,” and then Missy Elliot stopped by, because 1997 was a great year. At least there were a lot of sparkly things? Image: NBC Image: NBC Image: NBC Image: NBC Image: NBC Image: NBC Image: NBC Image: NBC Image: NBC Image: NBC Image: NBC Image: NBC Image: NBC Image: NBC
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