MINNEAPOLIS - Justin Timberlake could possibly be Minneapolis' Super Bowl 52 halftime performer.

According to a report by Us Weekly, the pop star, who's currently working on his fifth solo album, is "finalizing" a deal to be the performer of the Super Bowl's halftime show on Feb. 4.

Timberlake's last halftime performance was in 2004 with Janet Jackson, which coined the term "nipplegate" after a wardrobe malfunction led to a record FCC fine.

According to the Us Weekly report, there are rumors swirling that Timberlake could bring a surprise performer -- such as the previously rumored headliner, Jay-Z -- but the magazine's insider says, "as of right now, it will just be Justin -- no surprise performers."