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Whether they're watching for the Pittsburgh Packers or the Green Bay Steelers play at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, most folks will be looking forward to hearing the five-time Grammy Award-winning Aguilera, who will make her second appearance at this year's Super Bowl. The 30-year-old singer first performed the national anthem during the halftime show at Super Bowl XXXIV in Atlanta in 2000. "I have been performing the anthem since I was 7 years old, and I must say the Super Bowl is a dream come true," she says in an NFL statement. "I am really excited to be part of such an iconic event."
Former national anthem singers include Faith Hill, Neil Diamond, Mariah Carey, Cher, Beyonce Knowles, Diana Ross, Whitney Houston and Carrie Underwood. Aguilera joins an elite group of National anthem performers like Billy Joel, Aretha Franklin and Aaron Neville, who have been called back more than once to sing.
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