Justin Timberlake Confirms Performance At Super Bowl Halftime Show

The "Can't Stop the Feeling!" singer is returning to the Super Bowl.

On Oct. 22, 2017, Justin Timberlake confirmed that he'll be performing at the 2018 Super Bowl halftime show. Timberlake made the announcement on Twitter, posting a silly video with pal Jimmy Fallon. Shortly after, the NFL shared the big news on social media, writing, "Minnesota. @SuperBowl LII. February 4, 2018. @jtimberlake! #PepsiHalftime #SBLII."

Timberlake, 36, previously made headlines for his 2004 Super Bowl performance after the singer removed part of headliner Janet Jackson's costume as he sang, "Gonna have you naked by the end of this song." Since he'd exposed Jackson's breast, the controversial event became known as "Nipplegate."

As Entertainment Weekly noted, CBS was hit with a $550,000 fine by the Federal Communications Commission after the performance, and all future halftime shows were aired with a five-second delay.

But don't expect another risqué move from Timberlake in 2018. Speaking with NBC Sports anchor Mike Trico, he said, "That won't happen this time," jokingly adding, "There was a little bit of that [discussion]. But no, Mike, that's not going to happen."

Super Bowl LII is set for Feb. 4, 2018—so mark your calendars.