Singer Justin Timberlake is reportedly "finalizing" a deal to perform at Super Bowl's halftime show this year, according to US Magazine.
Timberlake, who is currently working on his fifth solo album, has been asked to perform at the NFL championship in Minneapolis Feb. 4. US Magazine reported that the 36-year-old singer might perform with rapper Jay-Z.
Timberlake's last performance at the Super Bowl was in 2004. The performance caused a stir after the singer accidentally ripped-off part of Janet Jackson's bustier.
Since then, the Federal Communications Commission regulated new policies to ensure a five-second broadcast delay.
Some people were upset about the news.
Others weighed-in on who Timberlake should perform with during the half time show.
The only hope the NFL has of salvation is if Justin Timberlake and Bruno Mars collaborate for the half-time show..fact.— Chris Rodriguez (@Sea_Rod) September 27, 2017