When fashion meets football.

Even though the 2020 Super Bowl is just days away, we're taking this time to walk down memory lane.

But instead of reminiscing about the glory days of the beloved NFL event, we're looking back at something far more important: the best style moments to ever happen during the Halftime Show performances.

From Beyoncé's eye-catching black leather military jacket, gold chain harness and combat boots in 2016 to Diana Ross' larger-than-life strapless gown that swallowed the stage in 1996, these were the fashion lewks worthy of their own trophy.

Lady Gaga made several outfit changes during her performance, which stole the show in 2017. Along with her glitzy football shoulder pads ensemble, her holographic blue bedazzled bodysuit and matching knee-high boots scored big that night.

And it's safe to say that Shania Twain's fabulous number at the 2003 event really pushed the style boundaries for shows to come.

The country legend oozed with glamour in a diamond-adorned bustier, an extreme cut-out leather cape jacket and itty-bitty bottoms. She tied her flashy look together with equally lavish jewelry pieces, sexy knee-high boots and fishnet tights.

To see who else lit up the Super Bowl Halftime Show with their daring and dashing designs, scroll through our gallery below!

Shania Twain, Super Bowl XXXVII, 2003

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Diana Ross, Super Bowl

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Janet Jackson, Super Bowl Halftime Show

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Beyonce, Super Bowl, 2013

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Gloria Estefan, Stevie Wonder, Super Bowl XXXIII, 1999

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Wynonna Judd, Naomi Judd, Super Bowl XXVII, 1994

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Usher, Super Bowl XLV, 2011

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Lady Gaga, 2017 Super Bowl

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No Doubt, Sting, Super Bowl XXXVII, 2003

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Katy Perry, Super Bowl

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Britney Spears, Aerosmith, Super Bowl XXXV, 2001

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Beyonce, Super Bowl, 2013

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Diana Ross, Super Bowl XXX, 1996

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Madonna, Ceelo Green, Super Bowl

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With that in mind, we can't wait to see what Jennifer Lopez and Shakira slay in during their 2020 performance.

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