P!nk will perform national anthem at Super Bowl

Global pop star Pink has scored a killer opening gig at next month's Super Bowl LII.

Luke Bryant performed the national anthem at the Super Bowl in 2017.

In a very special performance, she'll be joined by actor and director Alexandria Wailes, who will perform the anthem and America The Beautiful on behalf of the National Association Of The Deaf. Instead, it pays for production costs and expenses, said a company spokesperson. Pink has been making hits since the early 2000s, and is a great choice to sing the anthem. The singer hinted at the announcement on Twitter on Friday by saying she was excited about "secret" things in 2018 that she couldn't reveal. The singer has been vocal about her views on President Donald Trump and his response to the protests.

Jimmy then says: 'You do half time?' The NFL does not pay halftime performers, either.

Justin pulled a face and looked at the camera before shouting, "I'm doing the Halftime Show", while he and Jimmy jumped around the room.

Her Super Bowl LII performance comes after she released her seventh studio album, Beautiful Trauma, in 2017 and before she takes off on her Beautiful Trauma world tour, which begins in Phoenix on March 1.

Whether or not the Eagles make it to Super Bowl LII, Philly will be represented at the big game this year.