Who is performing for the Halftime Show?
Justin Timberlake is once again taking the Super Bowl Halftime Show stage, fourteen years after that infamous "wardrobe malfunction" forever cemented "Nipplegate" into our memories. Timberlake just dropped his new album, Man of the Woods, but many JT fans are hoping the 13-minute, multimillion dollar performance will include his biggest hits. You can safely assume he'll at least play "Can't Stop the Feeling," though.
Some have speculated that Timberlake will invited Jackson onstage as an apology of sorts for the 2004 incident, but the singer squashed the idea at a press conference on Thursday.
"To be honest, I had a ton of grand ideas about special guests," he said, per a report by CNN. "There's a whole list I think Vegas has a lot of odds on it, I heard, from NSYNC to (Jay-Z) to Chris Stapleton to Janet (Jackson). But this year, I'm just excited. My band The Tennessee Kids, they're my special guests."