Madonna Promises "No Wardrobe Malfunctions" During Super Bowl Halftime Show

This weekend's halftime entertainment performer extraordinaire sat down for a press conference dishing the dirt on what she's got in store for the football fans

By Gina Serpe, Peter Gicas Feb 02, 2012 7:10 PMTags

Are you ready for some football Madonna?

The pop icon took time out today to chat it up with the press about her much-hyped Super Bowl halftime performance this Sunday.

What did the singer have to say? And, more important, did she spill any secrets?

"I'm so excited to be here," Madonna told the crowd at the start of the conference. "This is a Midwesterner girl's dream to be performing at the halftime show."

And while the Material Girl was more than happy to offer up details about all the preparation and "hard work" that has gone into the show, she wasn't about to get specific on what we can expect when she takes the stage.

"I really don't want to blow the surprise. I want people to be knocked out of their seats from beginning to end," she teased. "I just don't want to give anything away."

However, Madge did offer up this enticing little piece of info.

"I promise I will be singing three old songs and one new one," she said with a smile.

And when the subject of envelope-pushing came up, the singer insisted that the only thing she'll be pushing is "a spectacular show...for all age groups and it will be a feast for the eyes and ears."

In other words, she won't be pulling a Janet Jackson.

"There will be no wardrobe malfunctions," she said. "I promise."