Evan Agostini, AP
Since Madge has a reputation for causing controversy with her music videos, performances and image, she seems an unlikely choice for the family-friendly Super Bowl telecast. Additionally, her music, while prolific, may not jive with the testosterone-filled audience's tastes.
The "dramatic and intensely physical" performance will go down during what is traditionally one of the highest-rated programs of the year, giving Madge a major platform to launch her first album since 2008 and tour, both expected in 2012. We're hoping she'll perform some of her new material, including the Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.-assisted 'Give Me All Your Lovin'.'
But what say you: Is Madonna the right choice for the Super Bowl halftime show? If not, who do you think is the right act?
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