As Beyonce prepares for her halftime show, many across the country will be looking as much for snafus as for highlights.
Last year, it was British singer M.I.A. giving the finger to 114 million people watching the halftime show. NBC censors were less than a second away from catching it.
And in 2004, Janet Jackson defined Super Bowl performance snafus when her wardrobe malfunction left a nipple exposed briefly to the audience.
— Oskar Garcia — http://twitter.com/oskargarcia
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