Super Bowl 2018: Who Is Performing at Halftime Show With Justin Timberlake?
The singer, who turned 37 Wednesday, remains tight-lipped about details of the performance.
Justin Timberlake is getting ready to return to the Super Bowl, but this time as the halftime show headliner.
The burning question on everyone’s mind concerns whether there will be any special guests like his former *NSYNC bandmates — or Janet Jackson.
"No," said Timberlake. "I had a ton of grand ideas about special guests — there's a whole list — but this year I'm just excited. My band, the Tennessee Kids, they're my special guests."
Timberlake celebrated his 37th birthday Wednesday and said he reveled in getting older by doing rehearsals for his big performance. He is also set to release his new album, Man of the Woods, on Friday.
Timberlake won’t be the only major star performing, as P!nk is slated to sing the national anthem.
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