The pop singer would headline the halftime show in Indianapolis.
Madonna may be bringing some girl power to next year’s Super Bowl XLVI.
The buzz coming out of entertainment circles is that the pop icon is in talks with the NFL to headline the halftime show of next year’s big game in Indianapolis.
Neither Madonna’s reps nor the NFL has released an official statement confirming or denying the possibility. Rumor has it that the league approached the “Like a Virgin” singer in 1998 to perform at that year’s Super Bowl XXXIII in Miami but the two sides could not come to an agreement.
Madonna would join the Black Eyed Peas, Beyoncé and Janet Jackson as past performers on the big stage.
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