Justin Timberlake prepares for Super Bowl halftime performance

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (WEAU) -- Pop artist Justin Timberlake is in Minneapolis rehearsing for his Super Bowl halftime performance on Sunday.

Justin Timberlake answered media questions Thursday ahead of his performance.

While many fans might be wondering if there's going to be an NSYNC reunion Sunday, Timberlake says no.

The pop singer said this year his band is his special guest during the Super Bowl halftime performance.

He did said we can expect to hear his song "Can't Stop the Feeling," but he wasn't giving out any more information.

Timberlake said he likes to make dance music, and he hopes everyone is dancing on Sunday.

In fact, his goal is to get broadcaster Al Michaels to dance.

Timberlake hosted a listening party for his new album Thursday night at Paisley Park, and he talked about what Prince means to him.

"In my opinion, the greatest all around musician I can think of in popular culture. I mean, he's a huge influence on me," said Justin Timberlake.

When asked if he's cheering for the Patriots or the Eagles this weekend, Timberlake said "Go Pack Go."



 
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