PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Justin Timberlake is about to perform at halftime of Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis. We still have a number of questions, and Timberlake is about to answer them.

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One of those questions that has been on people’s minds is what songs will Timberlake be performing? And a second: with whom?

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Timberlake has a new album coming out titled “Man of the Woods,” which debuted on Friday, so there is a strong chance that we’ll see him perform material from the his latest project. However, Timberlake also has dozens of platinum hits to choose from, such as “Suit & Tie,” “My Love,” and “SexyBack.” There have also been rumors that Timberlake could reunite with NSYNC for the performance.

However, Timberlake said during a Thursday press conference that there will not be an NSYNC reunion at the Super Bowl.

But who will Timberlake be performing with?

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With the exception of Super Bowl LI, most Super Bowl performances involve special guests. In Super Bowl 50, Coldplay called on Beyonce and Bruno Mars. In Super Bowl XLIX, Katy Perry headlined the show and brought with her Lenny Kravitz and Missy Elliot.

So who might he bring on stage? Could we even see Janet Jackson?

After the highly famous “wardrobe malfunction” at Super Bowl XXXVIII involving the two, many were surprised that Timberlake was given another chance to perform, but not Jackson. There’s a chance that Timberlake may bring Jackson on stage, which many think he should, and cause quite the surprise to make this a memorable halftime show.

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In any case, Timberlake’s halftime show will be an exciting performance to watch.