Justin Timberlake Returns For 2018 Super Bowl Halftime Show But This Time Not With Janet Jackson
Justin Timberlake returning for 2018 Super Bowl LII is probably one of the most trending Super Bowl Halftime Shows since his performance in 2004 with Janet Jackson.
While there are many followers that were expecting Janet Jackson to be a part of the Super Bowl Halftime performance line-up, the singer laid to rest those rumors in a post she shared by saying she would not be joining.
Janet Jackson thanked everyone for their support in a statement but clearly said, “I will not” when it came to the rumor whether she would be performing during half-time.
The Memphis, TN born singer, Justin Timberlake, said that he had many ideas about special guests to perform with him during the Super Bowl performance and was leaning towards bringing out his band the Tennessee Kids.
In related news, Timberlake released his latest album “Man of The Woods” just earlier this week on February 2.
The studio album features production by Timberlake, The Neptunes, Danja, Timbaland and others, and includes 16 new tracks featuring the likes of Alicia Keys as well as Nashville singer and guitarist Chris Stapleton.