Katy Perry's Super Bowl half-time show revealed to be the most watched in US TV history
Katy Perry's half-time show performance at Sunday night's (February 1st) Super Bowl was the most watched in the US TV history, according to reports overnight.
According to Billboard, over 118.5 million people tuned in to watch Perry's show, over three million more than last year when Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers perform.
Perry was joined by Missy Elliott and Lenny Kravitz for her show, which consisted of nine songs, beginning with her hit singles 'Roar' and 'Dark Horse' from her 2013 album PRISM (which you can preview on the right-hand side of the page), before moving on to early hit 'I Kissed A Girl', which saw her joined by Kravitz.
Perry then performed 'Teenage Dream' and 'California Gurls' before she was joined by Missy Elliott. Together they performed 'Get Ur Freak On' before Perry left Elliott to play 'Work It' and 'Lose Control' by herself. Perry then returned to close the show with 'Firework', which she performed on a harness which flew around the stadium.
The singer worked her way through four costume changes and a series of spectacular set pieces, she began the set astride a giant, anamatronic lion and was joined for a number of tracks by a group of dancers dressed up as sharks and beach balls. You can see the full set below...