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Pink to sing the National Anthem at Super Bowl LII

Pink to sing the National Anthem at Super Bowl LII

The NFL made the announcement Monday morning.

Pink is being given the honor of opening the 2018 Super Bowl next month by performing the national anthem.

While Minnesota Vikings fans are hoping purple will be the dominant color of Super Bowl LII, the game will start with some Pink.

Pink is bringing her incredible voice to the National Anthem for Super Bowl LII.

The American singer, songwriter and actress has sold over 50 million albums worldwide and won numerous awards for her music, including three Grammys on 18 nominations, six MTV Music Video Awards and two People's Choice Awards.

Pink hasn't officially commented on her involvement with the game, though she did tweet on January 6 that she was looking forward to a few major events in the first couple of months of 2018. He announced that back in October, bringing in Jimmy Fallon for a skit on The Late Show.

In the skit, Justin asks Jimmy if he has the time and he replies with the same question to which the Can't Stop the Feeling hitmaker says: 'I do have the time'. "Do you seriously have time to worry about the National Football League?"

Justin replied: 'I do half time'.

The Super Bowl 2018 halftime show play list is very likely including songs from his just announced new album "Man of the Woods". The charismatic multi-talented superstar will take the Super Bowl halftime show stage the third time in his career on February 4.

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