2012 Super Bowl Halftime Show: Bob Costas Interviews Madonna About Halftime, Wardrobe Malfunctions

During Sunday's Super Bowl pregame show, NBC aired an interview Bob Costas conducted with halftime entertainer Madonna. The number one issue seems to be whether or not the historically racy performer might have the game's second wardrobe malfunction. Madonna, as she did on Tuesday during media day, insisted that there will be no such repeat of the controversy Janet Jackson sparked during XXXVIII.

Apparently, the material girl has never seen video of Jackson's performance from eight years ago. It will interesting to see what the 53-year-old has in store for this year's halftime show.

Video of Costas' interview below:

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