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Rap legend Eminem admits he's 'concerned' about tonight's Super Bowl LVI half-time show and doesn't want a massive 'f**k up' on live TV.
The 49-year-old will take to the stage during the interval of the NFL's showpiece game, set to be played out by the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals.
A host of other musicians will perform with Eminem, including Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre and Kendrick Lamar. It hasn't done much to calm him down though.
He explained to SiriusXM: "I’m gonna tell you it’s f**king nerve-wracking.
"To me, it’s like there’s nothing more final than live TV. If you f**k up, your f**k up is there forever.
"I was thinking yeah that’s dope all of us are gonna rap together. But I didn’t expect the production to be like this."
The Super Bowl is one of sport's most lucrative games and tonight's contest at SoFi Stadium promises to be an entertaining affair.
Currently, the Rams are favourites to walk away with the Vincent Lombardi Trophy for the first time in 22 years.
Opponents the Bengals are making their first Super Bowl appearance since 1989 so either side will be breaking long-standing hoodoos.
One man who will be feeling the heat is Rams wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., with close friend Drake betting a crazy amount of cryptocurrency on the contest.
The 'God's Plan' hitmaker took to Instagram on Friday to show fans just how much he believes in close friend Beckham Jr.
His post was captioned: "All bets are in on the family," and attached were three different bets made with Stake.
A cool $600,000 of bitcoin has been bet on the Rams walking away with victory, which will give Drake $906,000 back.
He's placed a separate $500,000 on 'ODB' to register over 63 yards.
Another flutter of $500,000 has seen Drake bet on a Beckham Jr. touchdown at anytime in the game.
It's something the 29-year-old seems to be relishing however as he commented under the post: "It's time."
The pressure he'll be feeling is unreal. Beckham Jr. could walk away with a Super Bowl ring and Drake could walk away with $2.8 million.
Or both men could be empty handed come Monday morning. No biggie.
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