UPDATE: In case you missed it, watch Madonna's Super Bowl Halftime Show 2012 here!
The 2012 Super Bowl XLVI is just one day away, as Patriots and Giants players gear up for their biggest game of the year. Fans around the nation (though mainly in the Northeast) can already be seen sporting the jerseys of their favorite team.
Other fans are also readying themselves - Madonna fans, that is. The Super Bowl Halftime Show 2012 will headline with the Queen of Pop herself. It will be her first time ever performing at the NFL event, right in time for the release of her new album, MDNA.
Madonna-lovers will surely don their best 80s gear and flash a Vogue pose or two before the Super Bowl Halftime Show. But what time does the Halftime Show start? Who else is performing? Here are all the other details you need to know so you don't miss a thing.
Super Bowl 2012 will start at 6:30 p.m. EST. Since football is notorious for its stoppages, penalties and tons of Super Bowl commercials, you can expect Madonna to hit the stage at approximately 8:00 p.m. or 8:15 p.m. EST. Madonna revealed on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno that she has a 12-minute set, with an eight-minute set-up and a seven-minute strike
Where Can You Watch?
You can watch the Super Bowl 2012 and the Super Bowl Halftime Show 2012 live on TV , airing on NBC. You can also watch the Super Bowl live streaming online at NFL.com/superbowl. Click here to view the stream. This is the first time ever the NFL is offering a live online stream.
Madonna is not the only big name to hit the stage Sunday night. She will be joined by rap goddess Nicki Minaj, MIA, Cee Lo Green and LMFAO.
Madonna's set-list has also been revealed, though it is likely that surprise songs will be added in as every showman loves to give the crowd an unexpected thrill.
Madonna's set-list currently includes: Gimmie All Your Luvin, Ray of Light, Vogue, Music and Holiday. Minaj and MIA are both featured on Madonna's new song, Gimmie All Your Luvin, and appear in the music video.
Best Super Bowl Halftime Shows
Here are videos from the Super Bowl Halftime Shows from the past 10 years. From Britney to Bruce, wadrobe malfunctions to some Black Eyed Peas, the past 10 years have included very memorable performances. Which one was your favorite? Do you think Madonna will be able to stack up?