At perhaps the most anticipated sport match of the year, singer Bruno Mars will blaze the stage in what promises to be a performance we have yet to see from the young singer.
In several interviews leading up to Sundays big event, Mars has claimed that he isn't worried about the pressure and he seems to be ready to put on a great show.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers will join Mars on stage according to the artist who seemed reluctant to give away any details about his performance. When asked questions about his plans he stated "I want the world to watch. It's only a couple days away, they can hold tight."
The "Grenade" singer just might have something up his sleeve for this year's show. Perhaps he plans to bring a similar level of excitement as Beyonce's mind-blowing halftime show performance last year.
The only detail Mars gave away about his gig on Sunday was his plan to keep it simple just as he does when touring and performing his hit singles. "I hope to get people dancing and smiling. We've got these songs and our instruments, I'm hoping thats enough."
Millions will watch on Sunday during Football's most-watched event of the year as Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers hit the stage for a performance that will likely attract more attention than the game itself.