Singer Janet Jackson 'remains on NFL Super Bowl blacklist'

US singer Janet Jackson poses on May 23, 2013
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Janet Jackson reportedly remains on the NFL's blacklist after her wardrobe malfunction made headlines back in the 2004 Super Bowl half-time show with Justin Timberlake.

Janet Jackson will reportedly not be welcomed back by NFL bosses anytime soon following her wardrobe malfunction during the Super Bowl half-time show back in 2004.

The American singer had part of her bodice torn off by Justin Timberlake during their performance 10 years ago.

As the League consider the lineup for next February's half-time show in Arizona, it appears that Jackson remains out of the picture.

According to TMZ, a statement from the League said: "As for potential acts, we have only ruled out Janet Jackson."

Reports have claimed that Rihanna, Katy Perry and Coldplay are being targeted by the NFL for the show, but could be asked to pay to perform.

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