Will.I.Am Says LMFAO Will Join Madonna at Super Bowl

Party rockers not yet officially confirmed for halftime special

January 26, 2012 12:35 PM ET
Sky Blu and Redfoo of LMFAO perform on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve in Los Angeles.
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Will.I.am has revealed that LMFAO will make a guest appearance during Madonna's performance at the Super Bowl next weekend. "I'm going to the Super Bowl this year to see my group LMFAO perform with Madonna," the Black Eyed Peas rapper told Capital FM. "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."

Before Will.I.am spilled the beans, the only guests rumored for Madonna's halftime show were Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., who are both featured on "Give Me All Your Love," the lead single from the pop icon's forthcoming album M.D.N.A. Madonna and her representatives have not yet confirmed LMFAO as a guest for the performance.

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