My guess is as good as yours, but I'm sure we can expect big things for Super Bowl LII Halftime Show, featuring once *NSYNC member and now major solo artist Justin Timberlake, with production design by Bruce Rodgers of Tribe, Inc., working closely with Timberlake's designer Nick Whitehouse and Josh Zangen with Fireplay, and lighting design by Bob Barnhart of 22°.
Timberlake has been at rehearsals—even on his birthday I might add—and he has shared a few teasing posts on social media that have left us anxiously wondering just what can we expect for this Sunday's performance.
Is that drone just for kicks or can we expect to see another drone display, like that of the 300 drones in the opening sequence of last year's Halftime Show with Lady Gaga?
Are those the makings of the stage in the distance? Lights? Cameras? JT, you're killing us!
If he just stayed still for a second, maybe we could get a better hint.
"Without giving too much away, we're doing things with this halftime show that they've never quite done before. I'm excited to do that," Timberlake said during today's Super Bowl LII Halftime Show press conference, according to CBS Sports.
Alas, the secrets of the Super Bowl LII Halftime Show remain just that. Only three more days until we can see it with our own eyes! Watch it live February 4 at 6:30 pm ET / 3:30 pm PT.