Sunday night (Feb. 5), after the Giants and Patriots have battled it out at Super Bowl XLVI, one team will be entitled to some pretty hardcore celebrating. Should the winning squad want to hear Flo Rida's 'Good Feeling' -- as good a victory anthem as any -- all they'll have to do is tune into 'Jimmy Fallon's Super Bowl Special,' where the Florida singer and rapper will perform the song live with the Roots.

The BoomBox has exclusively learned that Flo Rida has signed on for the NBC broadcast, which will feature comedians Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg. Fallon's special will follow the big game, the season premiere of 'The Voice' and the late local news.

The 'Late Night' post-game extravaganza will cap several days of Super Bowl-related shows, as Fallon and house band the Roots head to Indianapolis later this week for a run of episodes, beginning Feb. 1.

On Wednesday (Feb. 1), comedian Tracy Morgan and Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow will join Fallon at the Hilbert Circle Theatre, while New Orleans Saints slinger Drew Brees and rapper Nas are among the guests slated to stop by on Thursday (Feb. 2). On Friday (Feb. 3), Snoop Dogg and Shaquille O'Neal pop in for a visit.

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