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Alicia Keys to sing national anthem at Super Bowl: Report

HOLLYWOOD, CA - DECEMBER 04: Singer Alicia Keys performs onstage during a celebration of Carole King and her music to benefit Paul Newman's The Painted Turtle Camp at the Dolby Theatre on December 4, 2012 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images for The Painted Turtle Camp)
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Alicia Keys will reportedly add her voice to the Super Bowl show.

The Grammy-winning singer has been lined up to perform the national anthem before the NFL championship game on Feb. 3 in New Orleans, a person familiar with Super Bowl entertainment plans told The Associated Press on Friday.

The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the NFL has not yet announced the anthem singer.

Keys, who turns 32 next week, released her fifth studio album, "Girl on Fire," late last year. She's set to go on tour this year with opening act, Miguel. The singer is currently in Park City, Utah at the Sundance Film Festival, tweeting: "Headed to #Sundance for the first time! So proud to share the film I produced with the world!"

The Super Bowl teams will be determined this Sunday, when the San Francisco 49ers play the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC championship game, and the Baltimore Ravens face the New England Patriots in the AFC championship game.

The NFL said in October that Beyonce will be the star of the halftime show at this year's Super Bowl. She sang the national anthem at the 2004 NFL title game in her hometown of Houston.

Others who have performed the national anthem at past Super Bowls include "American Idol" winner Kelly Clarkson last year, as well as Whitney Houston, Billy Joel, Diana Ross, Neil Diamond and Mariah Carey.

At the 2011 Super Bowl between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers in Dallas, pop star Christina Aguilera flubbed a line while belting out the national anthem. When she was supposed to sing the words "O'er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming," Aguilera instead repeated an earlier line, with a slight variation -- drawing plenty of attention on Twitter.