Pink To Sing National Anthem At The Super Bowl

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The NFL announced on Monday morning that Pink (stylized P!NK) will be singing the national anthem at Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis on Sunday, Feb. 4.

Pink will join the ranks of a number of famous singers who have belted out the national anthem before the big game, including Lady Gaga, Idina Menzel, Garth Brooks, Mariah Carey, Beyoncé and Christina Aguilera. Tour. Some other stuff that's a secret still and I can't wait until it's not a secret.

His first halftime performance was 14 years ago at the 2004 Super Bowl, when he pulled a controversial move on stage, ripping a piece of Janet Jackson's costume off and exposing her breast to an audience of nearly 100 million viewers worldwide.

The pair repeated the same questions and answers a few times before an excited Jimmy asked: 'You're doing the Halftime Show at the Super Bowl?'

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The big game will be played February 4.

Justin Timberlake has already been announced as headlining the event's spectacular half-time show.

P!nk's latest album, Beautiful Trauma, was released in October while Timberlake is set to unveil his newest collection, Man of the Woods, two days before the game. He performed at Super Bowl XXVIII in Houston in 2004, when he infamously pulled part of Janet Jackson's costume off, revealing her breast on national television and causing a major controversy.

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