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Pink will be the national anthem singer at Super Bowl LII

Pink will be the national anthem singer at Super Bowl LII

In a new interview, Justin Timberlake talks about his plans for the Super Bowl 2018 Halftime Show sponsored by Pepsi.

The NFL and NBC have revealed that Pink will perform the song during pregame festivities at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota on game day, February 4th. This would be her first time performing at the big game.

Doylestown native Pink will perform "The Star-Spangled Banner" as part of the Super Bowl's pregame show on Sunday, Feb. 4 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, the National Football League announced today.

After her Super Bowl performance, Pink will begin her Beautiful Trauma World Tour March 1 in Phoenix.

Last October, the 38-year-old singer weighed in on the NFL's NationalAnthem controversy - and Trump's claim that players who took a knee during the "Star Spangled Banner" were disrespecting the country.




According to multiple reports today, this year's Super Bowl national anthem singer has been announced. Last year, Lady Gaga played the halftime gig after singing the anthem the year before.

In a very special performance, she'll be joined by actor and director Alexandria Wailes, who will perform the anthem and America The Beautiful on behalf of the National Association Of The Deaf.

Justin replied: "I do half time".

Lady Gaga did the Super Bowl 50 anthem, then was the halftime performer a year later. "I'm really looking forward to 2018".

Looks like Pink was hinting at the Super Bowl news over the weekend, but couldn't spill yet.