Justin Timberlake finalizing Super Bowl halftime show

by Wade Massey October 1, 2017, 0:09
Justin Timberlake finalizing Super Bowl halftime show

It looks like Justin Timberlake may be ready to return to a Super Bowl Half-Time Show.

The NFL is reportedly in talks with the "Sexyback" singer, the frontrunner to headline the most-watched musical event on television. He is now working on his fifth solo album, and the Super Bowl stage would be a great opportunity to introduce a new song or two while entertaining fans with some of his more famous tunes.

Timberlake's appearance during the 2004 Super Bowl caused quite the stir, introducing us to the phrase "wardrobe malfunction". At the end of a performance of "Rock Your Body", Timberlake pulled part of Janet Jackson's costume off, showing a pierced nipple and her right breast. The entire halftime show was also ordered to have a five-second delay broadcast to avoid the same circumstance in the future.

It can be assumed that if he gets the Super Bowl job, his album will come out around the same time as the game.

Justin Timberlake could be headed to Super Bowl LII despite his complicated history with the NFL. The fact that the musicians aren't paid for this gig and actually have to pay to headline the halftime show has thwarted some big names. However, the National Football League said Thursday that "no decisions have been made", per EW.

An NFL spokesman told the Minneapolis Star-Tribune that no decision has been made on a performer for Super Bowl LII, which is scheduled for February 4, 2018, at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. "When it is time to announce her name, we will".


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