Justin Timberlake will headline the Super Bowl LII Pepsi Halftime Show on February 4 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. When the public first found out who the entertainer would be, they immediately began speculating who would perform along with him. Now within days of the Super Bowl and Timberlake's performance, all rumors have been squashed.

The 36-year-old popular singer and songwriter will take to the stage solo. After all, he has enough material to use by himself.

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Timberlake just released two new songs, “Filthy” and “Supplies.” Two days before the NFL championship game, the singer will drop his new album, "Man of the Woods."

No 'NSYNC reunion

The most recent rumor is that Timberlake's former group 'NSYNC would join him in a reunion much like Beyonce's former group joined her when she headlined the halftime show for Super Bowl XLVII on February 3, 2013.

That year, Beyonce's special guests were Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams from her former group, Destiny's Child.

Former bandmate Joey Fatone shut down the rumor about a reunion with Timberlake. The 40-year-old singer told TMZ that there would be no reunion of the five men who sang together from 1995 to 2002. During those years, the group included Timberlake, Fatone, JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick and Lance Bass.

No Janet Jackson

When the public first found out that Timberlake would perform, many people suggested that he should invite Janet Jackson to join him. They said it would be a good thing to do because Janet was blackballed from performing again after her wardrobe malfunction in 2004 when the two of them sang "Rock Your Body." People recalled that Timberlake did not receive harsh criticism like Jackson did.

Timberlake never addressed the rumor of having the 51-year-old singer perform with him.

The third time

This year's performance will be Timberlake's third time taking to the stage for a Super Bowl Halftime Show. He and 'NSYNC appeared with Aerosmith, Britney Spears, Mary J. Blige and Nelly in 2001. His second appearance was with Jackson in 2004. Now, after 14 years, Timberlake will entertain thousands of people in the stadium and millions more around the world as they watch his performance on television during Super Bowl LII.

Are you looking forward to seeing the halftime entertainment featuring Justin Timberlake? Did you at any time think he would invite Janet Jackson or his former boy band 'NSYNC to join him?