For the Super Bowl's 50th anniversary, the NFL has asked a major performer to return to the halftime stage - and no, it's not Britney Spears.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Bruno Mars has been offered the opportunity to headline the halftime show again, only two years after performing at Super Bowl XLVIII. Mars' performance was the second most-watched halftime show of all time and the singer is currently still riding the wave of success from Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk," so it makes sense that the NFL would want him to return.

And Spears fans, don't give up hope just yet. According to Billboard, Mars was merely asked to "curate" the show, meaning he would likely be joined by several guests. For Mars' last Super Bowl performance, he brought out the Red Hot Chili Peppers, but we all know what the world has really been waiting to see is Mars and Spears break it down to "Oops!... I Did It Again."

Watch Mars' previous Super Bowl performance below.