Pink to perform national anthem at Super Bowl 2018

Pink to follow in footsteps of Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, others at this year's Super Bowl

Pink to Sing National Anthem at Super Bowl

The vocalist, who was born Alecia Beth Moore, will sing the national anthem ahead of the February 4 title game at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, the NFL announced Monday. This would be her first time performing at the big game.

The NFL announced on Monday morning that Pink (stylized P!NK) will be singing the national anthem at Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis on Sunday, Feb. 4.

Pink hinted at the gig on Twitter to fans, saying she was "really looking forward to 2018" and "some other stuff that's a secret still".

Doylestown native Pink will perform "The Star-Spangled Banner" as part of the Super Bowl's pregame show on Sunday, Feb. 4 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, the National Football League announced today. She tweeted, "You are doing a bad job..."

Previously, Justin Timberlake was announced as the halftime performer for the 2018 Super Bowl. Win or lose, you can still have fun and let someone else worry about filling your friends' glasses.

Lady Gaga did the Super Bowl 50 anthem, then was the halftime performer a year later.

Pink will be in good - if also unpaid - company at the 52nd Super Bowl.

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.

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