Pepsi has revealed a new clip of Justin Timberlake and his dance troupe preparing for their Super Bowl LII halftime performance. Timberlake gives behind us the scenes of possibly the world’s biggest stage for any performer. And while it’s only a 13-minute set, a lot goes into making it all come together.
The cameras take you to a rehearsal studio in New York where choreographer Marty Kudelka and associate choreographer AJ Harpold focus on the intense dance routines planned for the show. The endless days of going over the steps packs a ton of intensity and pressure into a very short time, according to dancer Dana Wilson, who says “you better not mess up.”
Despite the punishing step rehearsals, JT is most concerned with having a good time.
“Unity, that’s all we’re gonna try to do. I don’t worry about if things go wrong, because perfection is the death of greatness,” he says. “If the ethos can be like hey; for 12 to 13 minutes we’re gonna have a really good time, I think if everything spawns off of that, I think it’ll be fine.”
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