Sir Paul McCartney has been chosen to provide the half-time entertainment at this year's Super Bowl game - the slot filled by Janet Jackson last year.
Sir Paul said he was looking forward to "rocking the millions"
Organisers have promised there will be no repeat of her nipple-baring incident that sparked thousands of complaints on US TV's most-watched broadcast.
A National Football League spokesman said they were "comfortable" this show would be acceptable to a mass audience.
The game and show were watched by 144 million people in the US in 2003.
Twenty CBS-owned TV stations were fined $550,000 (£300,000) by the country's TV regulatory agency after more than 542,000 complaints were made about Janet Jackson's "wardrobe malfunction".
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The NFL's spokesman Brian McCarthy said they knew they would be under a great deal of scrutiny this year.
"We've looked at all facets of the show including talent selection, song selection and costume selection, to ensure we wouldn't have a repeat of what happened last year," he said.
In a statement about his appearance at the game on 6 February, Sir Paul said: "There's nothing bigger than being asked to perform at the Super Bowl.
"We're looking forward to rocking the millions at home and in the stadium."