Madonna (pictured left) will intro a secret performer during her February 5 headliner stint at this year’s Superbowl XLVI halftime, and the word on the street is that “The Voice” judge Cee Lo Green (pictured below) has been chosen to accompany her for one of the biggest musical milestones this year.
Green, who is known for spawning the hit song “F**k You,” has been reportedly flying to New York City to rehearse with Madonna, aka Madge. Green is expected to bring the theatrics and big-scale fun to the stage when he joins forces with the pop song diva.
The entertainer and former Gnarls Barkley member, who has been described as a cannon-shaped man devoted to the Liberace and Elton John school of showmanship, is considered to be one of the hardest working stars in pop.
Madonna has had an inspirational 30-year career and is expected to perform songs from her latest album “M.D.N.A.” Guest star duo Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. are also said to be joining Madge on a song entitled “Give Me All Your Love.”
The halftime show, which many expect to be quite a spectacle, will be imagined by Cirque du Soleil and Madonna’s longtime choreographer Jamie King.
The big event will take place in Indianapolis at the Lucas Oil Stadium and is the most-watched American TV show ever, with an expected audience of viewers in the hundred millions.
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