Lenny Kravitz is set to take the stage at the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday, Feb. 1.
The rocker will lend a hand to main act, Katy Perry as she gives the performance of her life at the University of Phoenix stadium in Arizona.
“My first special guest is going to be an incredible rock n’ roll icon, a guitar god,” Perry told Willie Geist during the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens game. “I’m going to have Lenny Kravitz on the show!”
“He’s got so much style. He’s the coolest. He’s the King of cool. He’s going to make me so much cooler,” the “Dark Horse” singer continued.
Lenny will be one of many guests that are set to perform at the football championship with hopes of more to be announced soon.
In late December, Perry announced that she would be the leading act at the historic halftime show that previously includes special performances by Madonna, Beyoncé, Aerosmith, U2 and many more.
The Super Bowl halftime show is one of the world’s most-watched events and every year brings new expectations for the selected artist.