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Justin Bieber Wants To Perform At The Super Bowl With Taylor Swift — Watch

Thu, September 10, 2015 9:23am EDT by Lauren Cox 6 Comments

Yes, yes, a million times yes! Justin Bieber is totally down to perform at the Super Bowl in 2016 — and he wants to do it with Selena Gomez’s BFF, Taylor Swift!

Justin Bieber, 21, is back in a big way — and he’s got big plans for his new music. Could he be taking the stage at the 2016 Super Bowl, and with none other than Taylor Swift, 25? Just wait until you read what he had to say during his appearance on the Today Show on Thursday morning, Sept. 10 in New York City! To hear more about Justin Bieber, head over to iTunes and download the latest HollywoodLife podcast for free!

Holy. Crap. How amazing would it be if Justin and Taylor took the stage together for the 2016 Super Bowl? Let’s be real: your jaws are already on the floor just thinking about it!

Shortly after performing on the Today Show — in the rain, mind you — Justin was asked what his thoughts were on performing at the big game. “I’d be interested,” he said. A moment later they asked if he would do it with Taylor Swift, and he said: “I think that would be great. I think she’s really talented.” To re-confirm that he would be into it, he smirked and looked at the camera to say, “I’m down!”

Check it out for yourself below:

Dear NFL Powers-That-Be: Please make this happen. Please! It would likely be the best Super Bowl performance since Britney Spears, NSYNC, and Aerosmith shared the stage back in 2001 — which is still one of the most talked about halftime performances ever.

As previously reported, Bruno Mars has allegedly been offered the gig for 2016. But, in our own EXCLUSIVE, we revealed that offers may also be out to both Britney and Taylor, because there are plans to have “different acts” so that the show is a “bigger deal.” If Justin joins the show, it will definitely be a big deal!

Tell us, HollywoodLifers — What do YOU think about Justin and Taylor potentially performing together at the Super Bowl? Comment below!

–Lauren Cox