Pink To Sing National Anthem At The Super Bowl

The Falcons seemed to regain their form of last season during their 26-13 win over the Los Angeles Rams in a wild card game last week

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?'

U.S. searches of int'l travelers' electronic devices soar in 2017
However, this policy still falls far short of what the Constitution requires - a search warrant based on probable cause. However, the agency stressed that only around 0.007 per cent of incoming worldwide travellers had their devices checked.

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.

Related News:

  • CES 2018: AMD Ryzen Desktop CPU with Vega Graphics Coming Feb 12

    CES 2018: AMD Ryzen Desktop CPU with Vega Graphics Coming Feb 12

    Most of the existing CPU models have received price cuts ranging from $15 to $150, which should put even more pressure on Intel. But AMD are also promising extra features to optimise the performance per Watt capabilities of their new Zen + processors.
    Kalanick to sell 29% of his stake in Uber amid SoftBank deal

    Kalanick to sell 29% of his stake in Uber amid SoftBank deal

    Previously, Kalanick boasted that he would never sell a share of the company he helped find, but things are changing it seems. However, the investor consortium is also making a $1.25-billion investment of fresh funding at the older, higher valuation.
    Chinese Broker Fingered in Illicit Oil Supply to N.Korea

    Chinese Broker Fingered in Illicit Oil Supply to N.Korea

    President Donald Trump had tweeted that he was "very disappointed" that China is allowing oil to go into North Korea. Lee said issues involving North Korea are facing a critical turning point.
  • Google Unites Payment Offerings As Google Pay

    Google Unites Payment Offerings As Google Pay

    Google is merging Android Pay with Google Wallet, introducing a unified payment service called Google Pay . Google, in all its infinite wisdom, is yet to come up with a single, unified platform for payments.

    South Korea, US suspend military exercises until after Winter Olympics

    This week the US and South Korea agreed to suspend military exercises off the Korean Peninsula until after the Winter Olympic Games.

    Arsenal will look to Thomas Lemar if Alexis Sanchez leaves

    The Premier League leaders are confident of signing the Chilean for a fee of £25m despite Arsenal's £35m asking price. But, poor form has done nothing to sway the interest of his suitors.
  • Charles Woodson to be inducted into College Football Hall of Fame

    Charles Woodson to be inducted into College Football Hall of Fame

    The official induction into the College Football Hall of Fame will take place December 4 in New York City. Get daily prep sports headlines from the Gwinnett Daily Post staff delivered to your email.
    Sydney swelters in hottest day since 1939 as mercury hits 47.3C

    Sydney swelters in hottest day since 1939 as mercury hits 47.3C

    Sydney is expected to cool slightly on Monday, with a high of 33 forecast and a possible chance of rainfall according to the BOM. Severe fire warnings were issued in the greater Sydney area and fire bans were put in place across the city and other states.
    Obama to be Letterman's first Netflix guest

    Obama to be Letterman's first Netflix guest

    According to Netflix, the "interviews will take place both inside and outside a studio setting". It'll mark Obama's first talk show appearance since leaving the Oval Office in January 2017.
  • Khloe Kardashian Spruces Up Crib For New Bambino

    Khloe Kardashian Spruces Up Crib For New Bambino

    In order to satisfy their itch, the fans have taken to photoshopping of the 20-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star. The entrepreneur also shared a picture of herself and Tristan Thompson with the caption, "Mom and Dad".
    Flight of the Conchords to return with one-hour special

    Flight of the Conchords to return with one-hour special

    Beloved off-beat Kiwi comic duo, Flight of the Conchords , are planning to shoot an hour-long special at some point in 2018. He also shared an update on the planned American series adaptation of What We Do In The Shadows with Taika Waititi .
    Fears Spurs star will be banned after West Ham shocker

    Fears Spurs star will be banned after West Ham shocker

    In the clip, a man who identified himself as a West Ham fan asked Son if he "does DVDs", a reference which is used as a racial slur against an Asian person.


Most liked

Lana Del Rey says Radiohead is suing her for ripping off 'Creep'
Alternative rock behemoths Radiohead are reportedly suing dream pop darling Lana Del Rey for copying their 1992 sleeper hit, Creep .

Nebraska Community Blood Bank Needs Donations
More than 150 blood drives were forced to cancel because of it, causing over 5,500 blood and platelet donations to go uncollected. Daily, the organization collects more than 13,000 blood donations for patients at 2,600 US hospitals.

What caused protests to flare up in Iran?
He added his government has "hard evidence" the recent protests in Iran were "very clearly directed from abroad". According to the Iranian authorities more than 450 rioters have been arrested and will be put on trial soon.

Arsenal 'quote Manchester City £40m for Alexis Sanchez'
Sanchez was close to joining City in the summer on transfer deadline day until Arsenal pulled the plug on a £60 million deal late in the day.

HTC announces Vive Pro with better specs for enterprise
It's an upgrade over the original Vive that increases resolution , includes integrated audio , and more. This afternoon HTC revealed the HTC Vive Pro, a next-level experience for virtual reality gamers.

Google Memo Author James Damore Sues Company For Discrimination Against White Males
He claims he was "chastised for attempting to stand up for Caucasian males and his conservative views" by Google's HR department. The memo said that "genetic differences" may explain "why we don't see equal representation of women in tech and leadership".

GoPro says open to sale but not actively pursuing
In addition to exiting the drone business, the company is laying off 20% of its workforce, or about 250 employees. Late a year ago , GoPro said it would lower prices for its Hero5 Black cameras after weak demand.

H&M threatened with boycott over "racist" ad
At the time of writing, the hoodie is still available on the H&M site , although the photo featuring the child has been removed . UK Labor Party lawmaker Kate Osamor tweeted that she was "totally shocked, dismayed to say the very least" by the image.

US Customs phone, laptop border searches increased substantially in 2017
The policy makes clear that while agents can ask for passwords to access a device, the passwords aren't to be retained in any way. The agency's officers nabbed 14,131 pounds of meth coming into USA ports in FY 2012, according to the news release.

Warrior Wozniacki through to Auckland final
She did that with a hold at 15 to book the place in the final where she will try to beat Wozniacki for the 6th time in their 10 matches.

Diesel backlash means new cars on United Kingdom roads pumping out more CO2
Sales of new diesels plunged by 17% year-on-year in the United Kingdom , and by 7% in Germany, where the diesel engine is beloved. Mr Hawes stressed that sales "have not gone off a cliff: 2017 is still the third biggest year for the industry in a decade".

Arsenal manager Wenger banned from touchline for 3 games
Regarding the penalty awarded for Héctor Bellerín's challenge on Hazard, he said: "I think it was a yellow card for Hazard".

J&K Avalanche: 11 bodies recovered from site, govt announces comepensation
Three people have been pulled out alive from the avalanche site, he said, adding that the rescue operations are underway. The avalanche occurred on Friday evening at the 3,000-metre Sadhna Pass in Tangdhar region in Kupwara district.

Radiohead Sue Lana Del Rey Claiming She Ripped Off 'Creep'
After an out-of-court settlement, songwriters Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood were listed as co-writers on " Creep' ". Radiohead are suing Lana Del Rey for allegedly copying their 1992 hit " Creep ", the United States singer has said.

GDP growth may sink to 6.5%
The estimates will be a key input for the preparation of the Union Budget 2018-19 that will be tabled in Parliament on February 1. The growth in financial, real estate and professional services sector is, however, expected to be better than a year ago at 7.3%.