The Super Bowl halftime show is a big deal for many artists, considering the huge global TV audience the event attracts.
However, it seems this year's headliners Maroon 5 did not go down well with the majority of viewers, as they were accused of delivering a "dull" performance which had many questioning why the band are so popular.
Was it as bad as people are saying?
As John Caddell said in The Last Word's music slot, Maroon 5 made the mistake of treating the Super Bowl as "just another gig."
Larissa Nolan, on the other hand, is a fan of the band and particularly enjoyed frontman Adam Levine's stage presence.
They both joined us to discuss what makes a good Super Bowl halftime show, looking back to some of the most memorable from the likes of Michael Jackson and U2.