It's safe to say Madonna is on fire -- and she may be joined by some of the biggest names in music during the biggest game of the year.
According to The Insider, Cee Lo Green has reportedly been visiting New York City frequently to rehearse with Madonna; and LFMAO is rumored to join her on stage as well.
Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. will also be taking the stage to debut the first single off M.D.N.A., "Gimme All Your Luvin."
"I have eight minutes to set up my stage, 12 minutes to put on the greatest show on earth, and I have seven minutes to take it down," Madonna told Nightline.
But it hasn't all been fun and games for the singer recently: Elton John's husband David Furnish called her Golden Globes acceptance speech "embarrassing in its narcissism," she alluded to wanting to sleep with Ricky Gervais on the same night, and her slam against Lady Gaga's 2010 tune "Born This Way" stirred up an anti-Madonna rant or two.
Watch Madonna take on the Superbowl halftime show on Sunday, February 5.
CORRECTION An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that the Super Bowl would be held on Feb. 7. It is scheduled for Feb. 5.