The singer and actress said that fans should prepare themselves to be "knocked out of their seats" when she takes to the stage.
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After hinting that she is rooting for the New York Giants to win the game, Madonna said at a press conference in Indianapolis on Thursday (February 2): "The envelope I'm pushing is just for a spectacular show, which I think will entertain all age groups and hopefully will be a feast for the eyes and the ears.
"[I don't want to] give anything away [because I want viewers to be] knocked out of their seats from beginning to end. I'm so excited to be here. This is a Midwesterner girl's dream to be performing at the halftime show."
Madonna recently told Jay Leno during his chatshow: "Oh my God, I'm so nervous, you have no idea. First of all, it's the Super Bowl. I mean the Super Bowl is kind of like the holy of holies in America, right?
"I have to put on the greatest show on earth, in the middle of the greatest show on earth. I have eight minutes to set it up and seven minutes to take it down and 12 minutes to put on the greatest show on earth. That's a lot of pressure."
Madonna also revealed at Thursday's press conference that she is planning on performing three of her classic songs and new single 'Give Me All Your Luvin', but did not confirm recent rumours that those tracks will include 'Vogue' and breakthrough hit 'Holiday'.
Super Bowl XLVI takes place this Sunday (February 5).
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Watch a preview of Madonna's new music video for 'Give Me All Your Luvin'' below: