Justin Timberlake to perform at Super Bowl halftime show

Justin Timberlake to perform at Super Bowl halftime show

Justin Timberlake to perform at Super Bowl halftime show

On Sunday, the performer tweeted a video of himself with pal Jimmy Fallon, where Fallon asks Timberlake, "Do you have the time?" and Timberlake replies, "I do have the time", gradually speeding up until they're practically saying "half time".

"The Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show is the most-watched musical event of the year", the National Football League stated in a press release. The singer previously performed at Super Bowl XXXV in 2001 and Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004, which is when he performed with Janet Jackson and grabbed headlines for all the wrong reasons.

It is not yet known whether Timberlake will be performing on the halftime stage solo or he will be accompanied by another guest/guests, which has become somewhat of a trend at Super Bowls recently.

The FCC mandated a delay on live performances thereafter. While Timberlake was ostensibly the one responsible for the gaffe, Jackson received a majority of the scrutiny from the media.

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The 36-year-old Timberlake is expected to release a new album in early 2018, according to Variety, and will star alongside Kate Winslet in Woody Allen's upcoming film "Wonder Wheel", which is scheduled to be released December 1.

The singer recently made appearances at the Pilgrimage Festival in Franklin, Tennessee, on September 23 and Dave Matthews' Concert for Charlottesville in the Virginia community on September 24.

The Memphis-born Timberlake will be featured in February at Super Bowl LII, held at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

Lady Gaga performed at last year's game, with the year before featuring a performance by Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars to commemorate Super Bowl 50.

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