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Madonna, NFL in Talks for Super Bowl Halftime Gig

Rumors earlier this week of a Madonna performance during the Super Bowl halftime show may not be so far-fetched. The pop star and the NFL are in discussions to arrange for exactly that, though the details remain to be resolved, The New York Times' ArtsBeat blog reports, citing 'a person familiar with the talks.'
While neither side is commenting on the discussions, they're not doing much to dampen speculation, either. 'I can not announce that this is a done deal at this time,' Madonna spokeswoman Liz Rosenberg told the Times. 'I can not give you an official confirmation.'
On Monday, the sports website SB Nation reported that Madonna would perform at Super Bowl XLVI. The report cited 'sources close to the event,' which takes place on February 5 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
For Madonna, the timing makes sense. Though the Material Girl hasn't released a proper album since 2008's Hard Candy, she has been working on new recordings, according to her manager Guy Oseary. In a post last month on Twitter, Oseary said: 'She's in the studio all this week...and the music is so goooooooood...'



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I hope it's true. A Madonna halftime show would be amazing!

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