Justin Timberlake was asked, point blank, whether he's bringing on any big-name musicians during his Super Bowl halftime performance. 

His answer to that question, posed at a press conference in Minneapolis on Thursday?

"Well... no."

Many have speculated that he'll reunite with Janet Jackson after their infamous Nipplegate performance from 2004. Others predicted that he'll bring back 'N Sync. And there was the thought that he'll duet with Chris Stapleton, who appears on Timberlake's new Man of the Woods album.

But Timberlake shot down those rumors.

"To be honest, I had a ton of grand ideas about special guests... There's a whole list I think Vegas has a lot of odds on it, I heard, from 'N Sync to (Jay-Z) to Chris Stapleton to Janet (Jackson). But this year, I'm just excited. My band The Tennessee Kids, they're my special guests, and I'm excited this year to rock the stage," he said.

And he wouldn't reveal anything else about his show, except, that "the odds are good that I may have a little Can't Stop the Feeling in the show."

He said, "That's all I'm giving away. I'm not giving away anything else, so don't even try it!"

Is he lying? We'll find out Sunday.

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