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Ciara has her sights set on a musical touchdown. 

The 30-year-old R&B singer took the stage inside the University of Phoenix Stadium at the 2016 College Football Playoff National Championship Game Monday to perform the national anthem before throngs of anxious fans.

Donning a glittering silver gown with a sheer plunging neckline and attached cape, the musician grabbed the mic to officially kick off the night's main event—a showdown between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Clemson Tigers.

While the Alabama Crimson Tide prevailed as the champions on the field, Ciara was focused on winning a vocal venture of her own—a future Pepsi commercial. 

The beverage company has featured a bevy of award-winning performers in its iconic advertising, including Britney Spears, Beyoncé and Pink—remember that gladiator-inspired 'We Will Rock You" bit from 2004? Because we sure do!

Ciara took to Twitter to make her visions known. "It's My Dream To One Day Have A @pepsi Commercial. A High Powered Dance Pepsi Commercial Like Back In The Days," she wrote on her social media account. 

With the 2016 Super Bowl 50 just a few weeks away, should we expect to see the dark-haired beauty dancing on to our television screens mid-game? Not yet. 

Ciara, Russell Wilson


"While we are fans of Ciara, at this time, Pepsi is not working on anything with her for the Super Bowl or for a later date," Pepsi tells E! News in a statement. 

Although her commercial visions won't be realized this year, her longtime boyfriend, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilsonwas there to rally behind her in the most adorable way. 

"I see you baby!!" he tweeted after her performance. "Sounded amazing & looked flawless in every way!"

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