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January 30, 2012  | by: Emily Longeretta

LMFAO

Some of the biggest names in music have hit the stage at the Superbowl over the years; from Michael Jackson and Prince to Black Eyed Peas and Janet Jackson (and her unforgettable malfunctioning wardrobe), it’s no surprise that the Queen of Pop, Madonna was announced to perform this year. However, it was recently announced that she won’t be alone. Joining the “queen” in Indianapolis is “party rockers” LMFAO, according to Will.i.am‘s interview with Capital FM. LMFAO is part of Will.i.am Music Group through Cherrytree/Interscope.

Madonna

“I’m going to the Super Bowl this year to see my group LMFAO perform with Madonna,” Will.i.am said. ”Check that out, Will.i.am Music Group is pretty freaking two for two…. One year the Super Bowl, the next year another group part of the Super Bowl in collaboration with Madonna. That’s still happening.”

Rumored to join Madonna on stage are the hit stars MIA, and Nicki Minaj in addition to Redfoo and Skyblu (two of the LMFAO men.) Other celebs at the SuperBowl? American Idol star, Kelly Clarkson will be singing the National Anthem and married country stars, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton are singing a duet of “America the Beautiful.” The show will be on NBC on Feb. 5.

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