Jennifer Lopez and Shakira just took the stage at Super Bowl LIV and gave an impressive performance, but some have already started "lobbying" regarding who they feel should take the stage during next year's big game.

On Monday, Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider shared his opinion for who he thinks should be given the opportunity during the 2021 Super Bowl.

"How do we start a petition for @acdc to perform at next year's Superbowl?! Everyone loves that band! They are soon to be releasing a new album and touring!" he wrote on Twitter. His tweet, which can be seen below, was concluded by tagging the official NFL Twitter account so they would see his tweet in their mentions.

Following his suggestion, he then elaborated that he doesn't have a problem with either the "Jenny From the Block" singer or the "Hips Don't Lie" songstress. Instead, he said, he just wants "to see some real rock represented at the @SuperBowl."

Additionally, he shared that he, in fact, saw AC/ DC as a "perfect choice" for the gig.

Aside from the discussion around next year's game, the 2020 Super Bowl commercials have also been highly discussed following Sunday night's broadcast. Not only did President Donald Trump reportedly make last-minute changes to his strategy regarding his campaign ads, but Planters also gained quite a bit of attention after allegedly creating their own memes of their new mascot, Baby Nut

At this time, it remains to be seen if the "Thunderstruck" band would want to perform at next year's game, so fans will have to wait and see what's next for both them and the NFL.