Who Should Sing 'America the Beautiful' at Super Bowl LII? Vote!

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John Legend sings 'America, the Beautiful' prior dduring Super Bowl XLIX at University of Phoenix Stadium on Feb. 1, 2015 in Glendale, Ariz.

Justin Timberlake’s Super Bowl LII halftime show performance was announced on Sunday night (Oct. 22), generating plenty of feedback on Twitter -- and not all of it positive.

But fans unsatisfied with Timberlake’s halftime show appointment can at least find some solace in knowing there are two more musical decisions to be made: who will sing the national anthem and “America the Beautiful.”

Since 2009, “America the Beautiful” has preceded the national anthem at every Super Bowl halftime show, often sung by an R&B/pop artist (like John Legend) or country star (like Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert). This year, the NFL could continue in a similar vein, enlisting a country hit-maker like Chris Young, or they could freshen things up by inviting a younger pop star like Charlie Puth or Camila Cabello.

Who do you think should perform “America the Beautiful” at the 2018 Super Bowl? Vote below.

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