Justin Timberlake will perform this year’s Super Bowl 2018 halftime show – Here’s how you can watch his performance in the UK.
Super Bowl officially kicks off Sunday, 4 February, in the US, featuring one of the biggest moments in US pop culture.
The Philadelphia Eagles will battle it out against the New England Patriots.
Justin Timberlake will perform the halftime show which takes place at the US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis – Last year’s event was viewed by an incredible 111.5 million Americans alone.
Following ‘Nipplegate’ fourteen years ago which saw Justin accidentally expose Janet Jackson’s breast during the 2004 Super Bowl – He’s set to take to the stage again.
Despite reports of Janet joining Justin on stage – They’re only rumours, and it’s not been confirmed.
‘Nipplegate’ didn’t affect Justin’s career, although Janet was banned from the Super Bowl ‘for life’ and banned from the Grammy Awards that year.
Producer Terry Lewis isn’t convinced that Janet will join Justin onstage for a duet tonight, he told Star Tribune: “I wouldn’t bet on it,
“I don’t know if she likes football that much. But you never know when she’s going to stop by.”
What time does the game start?
The Super Bowl starts at 3:30pm in the US, which is 11:30pm in the UK (GMT).
Where can I watch?
UK can watch on BBC or Sky Sports 1 HD, with coverage starting at 11.15pm.
What time is the halftime show?
Halftime is set for 00:45am but this could vary.
It’s been recommended to tune in from 00.30am to be safe.
The halftime show will only last for roughly fifteen minutes.