Madonna’s guarantee: ‘No wardrobe malfunction’


Superstar singer Madonna promised no wardrobe malfunctions for her Super Bowl 46 half-time show, saying she has never worked so hard on preparing for a performance. The self-styled ‘Material Girl’ promised she would not have a half-time clothing mishap such as the one that took place at the 2004 Super Bowl in Houston and exposed Janet Jackson’s chest to a global television audience. “Great attention has been paid to my wardrobe,” Madonna said. “There will be no wardrobe malfunctions.” She will sing three classic songs and a new tune, likely the song ‘Gimme All Your Love’ between halves of Sunday’s Super Bowl game.
“In 25 years of performing, I’ve never worked so hard or been so detail-oriented or freaked out as I have getting the schedule together for the Super Bowl,” Madonna said. And she plans a production that, while colourful and elaborate, will be family friendly as well. The 53-year-old added: “I’m so excited to be here. I’m really nervous. This is a Midwestern girl’s dream to perform at the Super Bowl half-time.” Madonna was keeping details quiet about any possible guest stars on the elaborate show, which is directed by her long-time collaborator Jamie King in a partnership with Cirque du Soleil. “I don’t want to blow the surprise,” Madonna said.