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10 Infamous Moments in Super Bowl History

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1. Janet Jackson's "Wardrobe Malfunction"

Super Bowl XXXVIII – Feb. 1, 2004 – Houston

Justin Timberlake promised to have Janet Jackson "naked by the end of this song" and he nearly pulled it off in the "breast Super Bowl ever."

2. Superdome Blackout

Super Bowl XLVII – Feb. 3, 2013 – New Orleans

The lights went out and the CBS broadcast crew wasn't sure what to do — luckily, Saturday Night Live knew exactly what to do.

3. Don Beebe's Hustle, Leon Lett's Fumble

Super Bowl XXVII – Jan. 31, 1993 – Rose Bowl

The original exposed boob, Leon Lett suffered from premature jubilation until Don Beebe stripped him just before scoring.

4. Garo Yepremian's Imperfect Pass

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Super Bowl VII – Jan. 14, 1973 – Los Angeles

The perfect season nearly ended in a shutout victory, until the Dolphins kicker tried to make a play with his arm. See the ill-fated pass attempt at NFL.com.

5. Whitney Houston Lip-Syncs National Anthem

Super Bowl XXV – Jan. 27, 1991 – Tampa

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6. Clint Eastwood: "It's Halftime in America"

Super Bowl XLVI – Feb. 5, 2012 – Indianapolis

Before he was an angry old man talking to an empty chair, Dirty Harry was an angry old man talking to Super Bowl party platters.

7. Max McGee Scores First Super Bowl TD

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Super Bowl I – Jan. 15, 1967 – Los Angeles

The notorious party animal pulled an infamous all-nighter before Super Bowl I, then went out and played the game of his life. Relive the memories and highlights at NFL.com.

8. Refrigerator Perry Vultures TD

Super Bowl XX – Jan. 26, 1986 – New Orleans

The Refrigerator stole a goal line TD from Walter Payton, keeping Sweetness scoreless in Super Bowl history.

9. Xtina's "Star-Mangled Banner"

Super Bowl XLV – Feb. 6, 2011 – Cowboys Stadium

Christina Aguilera butchered the lyrics to the National Anthem on the biggest stage at the big game in Big D.

10. Farrah Fawcett Creams Joe Namath

Super Bowl VII – Jan. 14, 1973 – Los Angeles

Noxema and Broadway Joe were winners with this ad featuring a pre-Charlie's Angels Farrah — I guarantee it.