Direct from Dallas Cowboys Stadium, Selena has a special message for her fans, eager to watch her halftime show!
It’s a darn good day to be an American. Not only is Thanksgiving finally upon us — bringing promises of balloons and food and balloon-shaped people eating said food — but we’re also mere hours away from a blessed holiday performance from America’s Sweetheart Selena Gomez! And being the true patriot that she is, Selena shared a preview photo of her performance on Instagram for all to see.
“But tomorrow…” Selena tweeted late Nov. 27, along with a photo of herself on a football field, rehearsing for her latest performance.
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Selena, 21, will sing during the halftime show of the Dallas Cowboys vs. Oakland Raiders game, and at the risk of making another terrible Thanksgiving pun, we’re positively stuffed with excitement.
News of Selena’s performance was first broken by Selena herself Nov. 4, when the songstress tweeted a photo of herself with the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders.
Selena Gomez: What Will She Sing On Thanksgiving?
Though Selena has yet to reveal exactly what we can expect from her performance, she teased her plans during a press conference immediately following her big announcement.
Selena said fans “should expect something new with a twist of old. … We had to make it special for my hometown.”
The halftime show is sponsored by Salvation Army, which aims to raise awareness of its new Red Kettle Campaign. Selena has been an avid supporter of the Salvation Army for years — as all true angels are.
Kick-off is at 4:30 p.m. EST, and HollywoodLife.com will have full coverage — and we do mean full coverage — of Selena’s halftime performance as it happens. So be sure to come back then!
HollywoodLifers, which song(s) do YOU hope Selena will sing during the halftime show? Drop a comment with your hopes below!
— Andy Swift