Justin Timberlake “Finalizing Deal” to Become Super Bowl LII Halftime Performer

JT is heading back to the Super Bowl Halftime stage!

US Weekly is reporting that Justin Timberlake is finalizing a deal to perform at halftime of Super Bowl LII.

The Grammy-winning megastar was last seen on the Super Bowl stage in 2004, when he infamously was a part of what will forever be known as the most-watched wardrobe malfunction in history.

Various other artists were considered including Taylor Swift, P!nk, and Spears, but it looks like Timberlake will be getting that “Suit and Tie” on during halftime of the biggest sporting event of the year.

Meanwhile, the fact that musicians aren’t paid for their Super Bowl performance, and indeed, have to pay, has scared off a number of artists, including Kelly Clarkson, who is about to release a new album next month for new label Atlantic, and recently admitted to Breatheheavy.com, “I’m not paying, you pay me.”

With Timberlake penning the deal as we speak, now begs the question: WILL WE WITNESS ANOTHER *NSYNC REUNION?

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