Fergie 'honoured' to play Superbowl
Fergie has said she's honoured Black Eyed Peas are performing at the next Superbowl.
"Sunday football is a serious day in our homes," said the singer, who is a minority owner of the Miami Dolphins. "Super Bowl Sunday is the day that I can go all out - cheat - eat the seven-layer dip, all the Italian food and scream at everybody."
The band are expected to be performing with Usher and Slash in the prestigious slot, but they wouldn't reveal exactly what they had in store.
"We're not allowed to give away the set list, but it will be packed with energy - what the Black Eyed Peas bring," said Fergie.
The band will be giving the halftime performance during Sunday's game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers.
"We want everybody to have a good time and just dance, party," will.i.am said.
"Some people write songs for radio. Some people write songs for clubs. We like to write songs for life," he added.
The band also will bring some technology to the show as will.i.am will be tweeting during the performance.
Keith Urban and Maroon 5 will be performing during the pre-game festivities on Sunday. Christina Aguilera is set to sing the national anthem and Lea Michele of Glee will sing America The Beautiful.