Black Eyed Peas will be joined by Usher and Slash for their Super Bowl half-time show.

The 'I Gotta A Feeling' hitmakers are confirmed to perform during the interval at the NFL showpiece game in Arlington, Texas, on February 6 but it has now been suggested former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash and 'OMG' hitmaker Usher will also play.

Past halftime acts have included U2, the Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, Paul McCartney and Prince.

Christina Aguilera has been given the prestigious task of singing the national anthem before the match.

In addition to performing the Black Eyed Peas have joined forces with Sports Illustrated magazine to host a star-studded Super Bowl party.

Singer Fergie - who is part owner of the Miami Dolphins football team - said: "As an NFL owner and a football fan, I cannot be more excited to join forces with Sports Illustrated for the hottest party of the season. It will be the kick-off to an amazing weekend in Dallas and we can't wait to get it started."

As well as Black Eyed Peas, other guests include singer David Guetta and Sports Illustrated models Christine Teigen, Anne V, Julie Henderson and Genevieve Morton.

The Game - between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers -will attract a star-studded audience as well as one of the biggest TV audiences of the year.