Timberlake has a new album coming out titled “Man of the Woods,” which will be released on the Feb. 2, so there is a strong chance that we’ll see him perform material from the his latest project. However, Timberlake also has dozens of platinum hits to choose from, such as “Suit & Tie,” “My Love,” and “SexyBack.” Along with his songs, there’s a chance we may hear classic songs from his days with pop group NSYNC.
However, Timberlake said during a Thursday press conference that there will not be an NSYNC reunion at the Super Bowl.
With the exception of Super Bowl LI, most Super Bowl performances involve special guests. In Super Bowl 50, Coldplay called on Beyonce and Bruno Mars. In Super Bowl XLIX, Katy Perry headlined the show and brought with her Lenny Kravitz and Missy Elliot.
So who might he bring on stage? Could we even see Janet Jackson?
After the highly famous “wardrobe malfunction” at Super Bowl XXXVIII involving the two, many were surprised that Timberlake was given another chance to perform, but not Jackson. There’s a chance that Timberlake may bring Jackson on stage, which many think he should, and cause quite the surprise to make this a memorable halftime show.
Shaun White Apologizes for Dragging American Flag, Promises Infidel Radio it ‘Won’t Happen Again’
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Snowboarder Shaun White apologized Wednesday for dragging a U.S. flag on the snow after his dramatic gold medal victory in the men’s halfpipe, but said he did not know he had let the flag touch the ground.
“I remember being handed the flag but I was trying to put my gloves on and hold the flag and get board,” he told reporters afterward. “Honestly, if there was anything, I definitely didn’t mean any disrespect.”
“The flag that’s flying on my house right now is way up there. So sorry for that,” White continued. “But I’m definitely proud — very proud — to be a part of Team USA and being an American and to be representing for everyone back home.”
White reclaimed his Olympic halfpipe title, landing back-to-back 1440s to knock Japan’s Ayumu Hirano out of the top spot, and at the same time won the United States’ 100th all-time gold medal at the Winter Olympics.
But White, who also won his third gold medal, immediately got criticism on Twitter for allowing the flag touch the ground several times while he was overcome with emotion following his career-capping performance.