Maroon 5 will perform at the Super Bowl halftime show

Maroon 5 will perform at the Super Bowl halftime show

"The offer has been extended and they've pretty much accepted."

It looks like Super Bowl LIII might get some "Sugar" next year during its halftime show.

This year's Super Bowl will be held at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the home of the Falcons.

The band - made up of frontman Adam Levine with Jesse Carmichael, James Valentine, PJ Morton, Matt Flynn, Sam Farrar and Mickey Madden - is now on their Red Pill BluesTour, but conveniently have a break between a New Year's Eve show in Las Vegas and the Australian leg of their tour, which kicks off on February 19.

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They're one of the most popular bands on the planet for a reason, and it's not Levine's reality competition gig. We know lead singer Adam Levine is on "The Voice" and he's talented and there are probably Maroon 5 fans reading this fuming, but - wait, who exactly are Maroon 5's fans? Mars has co-headlined the show twice in recent years, as has Beyoncé, while Justin Timberlake has appeared three times, most notoriously in 2004 when he had a literal hand in Janet Jackson's "wardrobe malfunction". "Moves Like Jagger" shook things up in 2011.

Also, seriously, who listens to Maroon 5 voluntarily?

So, with no disrespect to Maroon 5, many people were wondering why an artist from Atlanta was not chosen to do the halftime show. Adam Levine and his bandmates have said that they want to perform at the Super Bowl since 2015. They have the star power and the musical power to be the big event the Super Bowl halftime show demands.

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