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Madonna Super Bowl 2012Madonna is a Super Bowl virgin no more.

After weeks of speculation, NBC and the NFL confirmed late Sunday that the pop superstar will headline the halftime show at Super Bowl XLVI on Feb. 5.

Madge — who will collaborate with the creative team from Cirque du Soleil to create what’s being billed as a “signature performance” — follows in the footsteps of, most recently, the Black Eyed Peas, The Who, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty and Prince.

Push play below for an unofficial glimpse at NBC’s first commercial touting the Material Girl’s Super gig.


To promote her 12th studio album, Madonna may be performing at Super Bowl XLVI. New song “Give Me All Your Love,” featuring MIA and Nicki Minaj, may be part of her setlist.Madonna Performing New Single at Super Bowl XLVI

In an effort to make a musical comeback of sorts, Madonna is supposedly performing at Super Bowl XLVI, according to At the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on February 5, the singer may perform five songs – a new track and four classics. The new one is “Give Me All Your Love,” featuring Nicki Minaj and MIA and co-produced by Martin Solveig.

Supposedly, the performance will have intense choreography and will feature cheerleaders.

The Super Bowl performance, however, is not official and neither is a world tour, according to Madonna’s publicist. Responding to statements from a press release posted to Live Nation’s site about a 2012 world tour, her publicist toldthe press: "[T]here is nothing to confirm or deny at this time."

Madonna’s 12th studio album is expected to be in stores byspring 2012, although no official date has been confirmed. “Give Me All Your Love” – supposedly the first single – will be out by February or March. While promoting her film W.E. at the Venice Film Festival recently, Madonna told the press: I'm not sure [when the new record will be out] but the first single will be released in February or March.”

Recording began in early July and is expected to continue until the end of the year in New York. Several producers, including Ray of Light’s William Orbit, are signed on to work with the singer. Although no tracks – full or partially complete – have leaked, Orbit and manager Guy Oseary have given their opinions via Twitter. Roughly a month ago, Oseary tweeted: "The music is so goooooooood."

Orbit, on the other hand, posted a less direct message: “I hesitate to make a comment about anything musical, y’all might think is a cryptic tease. But will say: \o/\o/\o/\o/\o/\o/\o/”

What do you think about Madonna possibly performing at the Super Bowl? Will she be more of a crowd pleaser than the Black Eyed Peas, or be just as divisive? And, do you think that working with current chart-toppers Nicki Minaj and MIA is a good career move, or will her upcoming album turn out to be another Hard Candy?

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