The NFL has announced that Pink will sing the national anthem before kickoff at Super Bowl LII at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota on February 4th.

Pink follows in the footsteps of last year' anthem performer Luke Bryan, as well as others such as Lady Gaga, Idina Menzel, Kelly Clarkson and Alicia Keys, who have recently taken the mic prior to kickoff.

The league has already announced that Justin Timberlake will be headlining the Super Bowl LII halftime show, 13 years after his infamous performance alongside Janet Jackson.

While the NFL has already determined the national anthem singer and halftime performance for the upcoming Super Bowl, there's still a lot to be sorted out in terms of whose actually playing in the big game. 

After this weekend's Wild Card round, eight teams remain in the hunt for the Lombardi Trophy. 

This Saturday, both No.1 seeds will be in action, starting with the Atlanta Falcons visiting the Philadelphia Eagles at 4:35pm ET, followed by the Tennessee Titans at New England Patriots at 8:15pm ET.

On Sunday, we'll see the No. 2 Pittsburgh Steelers host the No. 3 Jacksonville Jaguars at 1:05pm ET, and the New Orleans Saints vs. the Minnesota Vikings at 4:40pm ET.

Both Conference Championship games will be held on Sunday, January 21st, starting with the two remaining AFC teams at 3:05pm ET, followed by the NFC Championship game at 6:40pm ET.