Madonna will be pulling hits from across her nearly three-decade career in her Indianapolis Super Bowl show, if leaked set list is to be believed.
According to fan website Madonnarama, the material girl has already started rehearsing for the Feb. 5 halftime show at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Her estimated 15-minute performance will feature five songs -- "Gimme All Your Lovin" from her forthcoming album, late `90s dance anthem "Ray of Light," early `90s hit "Vogue," 2000's techno effort "Music" and early hit "Holiday," according to the website.
The album cut of the newest song, "Gimme All Your Lovin," features Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., but it hasn't been confirmed if they'll appear.
Reaction to the proposed song lineup was mostly negative on the RTV6 Facebook page
"(It's) ridiculous, just like her," wrote Kayla Frye.
"(I'm) not pleased with the performer selection so I can't imagine my opinion of the playlist is better," posted Jenn Carty O'Neill.
But others said they think Madonna will put on a good show.
"I'll be watching and *like* the line-up! She's better than The Who, Rolling Stones, or Paul McCartney ANYDAY ALL DAY!" wrote Leslie House.
"I'll be watching because of her and to see the commercials. The Black Eyed Peas were such a disappointment last year," posted Terri L Goff-Colbourn.
Last year, the much-maligned Black Eyed Peas' performance included performances from Usher and Slash and a total of eight songs.
Previous halftime performers, including Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney and U2, featured three to five of their greatest hits, while Prince packed in seven songs during his Super Bowl XLI appearance.
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