Travis Scott to join Maroon 5 for Super Bowl Halftime Show: report

After some panic over being unable to book guest artists for the Super Bowl Halftime Show, Maroon 5 finally found a feature: Travis Scott.

TMZ reports that Scott, 26, will join the band for the big show on Feb. 3, 2019, in Atlanta.

TRAVIS SCOTT TO JOIN MAROON 5 FOR SUPER BOWL HALFTIME PERFORMANCE

The "Astroworld" rapper may not be the only guest, as the site also claims that Adam Levine and Co. are also in talks with Cardi B, who features on their No. 1 hit "Girls Like You," and Outkast's Big Boi.

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Travis Scott

Travis Scott

The band reportedly had difficulties finding performers to join them due to many artists boycotting the NFL over their treatment of players who kneel for the national anthem in protest of police brutality against people of color.

Rihanna previously declined to perform with Maroon 5 in support of Colin Kaepernick, while Jay-Z confirmed that he turned down the gig in 2017.

On Wednesday, Amy Schumer credited herself for urging artists to boycott football's biggest night.

A rep for Scott did not immediately return a request for comment.