Doylestown Native Pink To Sing National Anthem At Super Bowl LII


Back in May 2014, it should be remembered that National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell had announced that Super Bowl 52 would held in Minneapolis, Minn, at the city's newest U.S. Bank stadium.

Grammy Award-winning Pink, who was born Alecia Beth Moore, joins a list of past Super Bowl National Anthem performers that includes Garth Brooks, the Backstreet Boys, Cher and Lady Gaga.

Justin Timberlake has been announced as the half-time show act, the coveted spot previously filled by the likes of Beyonce and Coldplay. "Tour. Some other stuff that's a secret still and I can't wait til it's not a secret".

The singer hinted at the announcement on Twitter on Friday by saying she was excited about "secret" things in 2018 that she couldn't reveal. Sure, it's not a requirement, and we're happy to see Pink do her thing alone before kickoff, but these two singers teaming up at halftime would be pretty incredible.

This will be her first time performing at the Super Bowl. You all know that this is the "Star Spangled Banner" singing we have not heard it before, it may be Acrobatics.

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In addition, the mother of two will leave home and go on a trek around the world to meet fans and promote her new album.

The display resulted in the Federal Communications Commission requiring that halftime shows air on a five-second broadcast delay.

In the days leading up to Super Bowl Sunday, the hospital will increase staff levels in preparation for an uptick in patients.

Timberlake's last Super Bowl performance was a controversial one in 2004 when he ripped off part of Janet Jackson's outfit, exposing her breast for a brief moment.

"That's where I was always coming from", she said.