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Ed Sheeran's one condition to headline the Super Bowl LVIII half time show

Several artists have been mentioned as possible contenders to perform in the Super Bowl LVIII half time show, spanning from former One Direction member Harry Styles to rapper Lizzo, although the latter's prospects were dampened due to controversies involving her treatment of colleagues.

Despite these speculations, no official announcements have been made as to who will actually perform at the biggest sporting event of the year.

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Will Ed Sheeran perform at the Super Bowl half time show?

The latest prominent contender to arise is Ed Sheeran. Nevertheless, his participation hinges on a specific condition.

Sheeran recently gave an interview for Andy Cohen's Deep & Shallow Podcast on SiriusXM and, during the discussion, he was questioned about potentially headlining the half time show next February.

He expressed his interest in doing so, but only if he could share the stage with another singer.

"I think that would be the only way that I would do it, is if I was joining someone else," Sheeran said.

"I don't have pizazz. There's all of these amazing performers, I'm just not that.

"I'm not gonna have dancers on stage. I'm not gonna have fireworks and blah blah.

"I just can't, that's not me. I don't think that anyone wants to see me do the Super Bowl either."

Will Taylor Swift do the Super Bowl half time show?

In addition to Ed Sheeran, Harry Styles and Lizzo, there are other artists who have been associated with the possibility of performing at Super Bowl LVIII.

The first among them is Taylor Swift. Currently immersed in her Eras Tour, she has consistently been considered a leading contender for the headline act, given her extensive global influence.

She is free on the date of the next Super Bowl, February 11 2024, however she'll have been in Japan for the entire week before that, which would make performing at the American event difficult.

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