superbowl 1993

~ Pasadena, California, Superbowl halftime show, 31st January 1993 ~

For a month they got nowhere. (The NFL’s Jim) Steeg sat down with the King of Pop’s manager, Sandy Gallin, 11 months before Super Bowl XXVII. “I remember pitching them,” he says, “and them not really having a clue what we were talking about.” At a subsequent meeting, producer Don Mischer pointed out that the Super Bowl would be broadcast in more than 120 countries. Now he had Jackson’s full attention.

Steeg recalls Jackson saying, “So you’re telling me that this show is going live to all those places where I’ll never do a concert?” A pause. “I’m in.”

“Michael worked harder than anybody [who’s done the halftime show], before or since,” says Steeg, who remembers seeing Jackson still rehearsing his act at seven the night before the game, in a tent outside the Rose Bowl.

And it showed. Jackson, rocking a bandolier-draped frock coat on loan, apparently, from Muammar Gaddafi, was sensational. The final moments of that show were the most viewed in the history of television at the time.

Favorite Performances - 1993 Superbowl Half Time Show [Heal The World]

“Today, we stand together all around the world. Joined in a common purpose. To remake the planet into a haven of joy and understanding and goodness. No one should have to suffer. Especially our children. This time, we must succeed.”

Michael Jackson performed during the Superbowl halftime show.

Unlike many previous years, he was the only performer in the entire halftime show. Fox news confirmed that since the performance of mega superstar the number of audience. This performance is still considered today as one of the most watched television broadcasts in American television history.

The final magical touch was dazzled the audience as MJ pointing a wand as there was images of children magically appearing among the crowds.Later,as to promote his newly formed “Heal The World Foundation”

MJ performed Heal The World. The final performance was joined with him by children and others onstage.