Finally we know who will be the halftime entertainment at this year's Super Bowl.  The NFL on Sunday revealed that Maroon 5 featuring lead singer Adam Levine will be the centerpiece of this year's halftime show.  Appearing along with Maroon 5 will be rapper Travis Scott and Atlanta-native Big Boi.

According to NFL.com the Super Bowl halftime show is the most-watched musical event of the year, so you might wonder how much the performers are paid.  A league spokesman says the NFL doesn't pay the halftime performers, but they do cover all expenses and production costs.

The Super Bowl will be televised on CBS on Sunday, February 3rd from Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium.