According to US Weekly, pop rock band Maroon 5 has "pretty much accepted" the bid to perform at the Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
Lead singer Adam Levine has been vocal about performing at the Super Bowl, dating all the way back to 2015. During an interview with Howard Stern that year, Levine said that the band has been on the "short list" to perform the halftime show for a while.
The scheduling works out perfectly for the band, as they have a break from shows between the New Year's Eve gig in Las Vegas and the start of their Australian tour, which kicks off on Feb. 19.
The Los Angeles-based band has won three Grammy awards, three American Music Awards, and four Billboard Music Awards. They have sold over 75 million records, making them one of the best-selling musical artists of all-time.
Neither the NFL or the band has confirmed the news, but all signs appear to be pointing to Maroon 5 performing at the biggest game of the year.
Get ready for some...pop rock.