MINNEAPOLIS - The Super Bowl Halftime Show had Minnesotans brimming with pride.

First Justin Timberlake incorporated the U of M marching band, responding to their campaign to be included in the big show back in November.

Students from Minnesota high school dance teams also got to join JT on the field -- including dancers from Maple Grove, Farmington, Spring Lake Park, Wayzata, Burnsville, Eastview and more.

And then, the part of the show that everyone's been waiting for: The Prince tribute.

Timberlake played "I Would Die 4 U" on a grand piano with a giant Prince video projected behind him (not a hologram).

But the moment that gave chills across the country was an aerial image of Minneapolis, lit up in purple.