Justin Timberlake Finalizing Deal for Super Bowl Halftime Show at U.S. Bank Stadium
His 2004 performance is what prompted the five-second broadcast delay during live performances that exists today
MINNEAPOLIS — Justin Timberlake is reportedly finalizing a deal to headline the Super Bowl halftime show at U.S. Bank Stadium next year.
Us Weekly is reporting that the 36-year-old singer has been asked to perform at the NFL championship in Minneapolis on February 4.
He is currently at work on his fifth studio album.
It has been 13 years since Timberlake’s controversial halftime performance with Janet Jackson, where he pulled part of Jackson’s costume off at the end of “Rock Your Body.”
The 2004 performance is what prompted the five-second broadcast delay during live performances that exists today.
Super Bowl officials have yet to confirm who will perform at the Super Bowl halftime show.