While Sunday's game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers is sure to bring with it plenty of excitement, it's not the only draw on tap for Super Bowl LV.
As has been the case in recent years, many fans will watch the Super Bowl for the commercials, the halftime entertainment and the national anthem as well as for the game itself. That's not going to change in 2021, with plenty of star power already lined up.
This year's national anthem will be a duet between country performer Eric Church and singer-songwriter Jazmine Sullivan. The halftime show will feature Abel Makkonen Tesfaye—better known as The Weeknd—while this year's lineup of commercials will feature the likes of Jason Alexander, Will Ferrell, John Travolta, Matthew McConaughey and Mila Kunis.