The Super Bowl halftime show doesn't last that long - but preparing for it has involved many long days of rehearsal.
Featured performer Justin Timberlake and his band, the Tennessee Kids, take the stage in frigid Minneapolis where the New England Patriots meet the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
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During a Super Bowl week news conference JT said he did not plan to reunite with either N'Sync, his former boy band, or Janet Jackson, his colleague the night of the infamous 2004 performance. Instead, fans can expect to hear a wide range of work from Timberlake's expansive repertoire. He'll definitely be bringing sexy back, but will also venture into flannel country, in keeping with his outdoorsy new "Man of the Woods" recording.
Timberlake's tour brings him to Atlanta in May ; here's a sneak peek of what he'll bring to the field on Sunday: