Will Christina Aguilera Perform at the Super Bowl? Singer 'Pleads the Fifth'

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Christina Aguilera is playing coy about whether she will be performing at Sunday’s Super Bowl

The pop star was asked by Andy Cohen if she'll join her friend Adam Levine and Maroon 5 onstage during the halftime show. The pair were mentors together on “The Voice” and performed together in the song "Moves Like Jagger." 

“I plead the fifth," she told Cohen.

The build-up to the big game continues in Atlanta as the footballers' wives took to the runway for an annual charity fashion show ahead of Sunday.

As athletes are gearing up for Super Bowl Sunday, fans are deciding what to eat during the big game.

Cynthia Bailey, star of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” has some ideas for classic Super Bowl snacks. 

She whipped up some friend chicken and sliders, which she believes are some of the best items to have at a party for the game. To drink, she has teamed up with Seagram’s for a new peach Bellini cocktail.

Over at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, preparations are well underway for Super Bowl Sunday. The menu is already set at the concession stands. A hot dog is going for $2, a burger for $5 and chicken fingers for $6.

Meanwhile, some stores are having deals on new TVs to really maximize the game-watching experience at home. 

Ben Tomassetti of B&H Photo in New York told Inside Edition that in the days leading up to the Super Bowl, TV makers discount as much as 50 percent.    

“The Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event of the year. They know this so they are going to have the best price so they are the one in your home,” he said. 


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