The self-styled "Material Girl" promised she would not have a half-time clothing mishap such as the one that took place at the 2004 Super Bowl in Houston and exposed Janet Jackson's chest to a global television audience.
"Great attention has been paid to my wardrobe," Madonna said. "There will be no wardrobe malfunctions."
She will sing three classic songs and a new tune, likely the song "Gimme All Your Love" that will be released on Friday, between halves of Sunday's NFL championship spectacle between the New York Giants and New England Patriots.
"In 25 years of performing, I've never worked so hard or been so detail-oriented or freaked out as I have getting the schedule together for the Super Bowl," Madonna said.
And she plans a production that, while colorful and elaborate, will be family friendly as well.
"The envelope I'm pushing is just for a spectacular show which will entertain all age groups and be a spectacular feast for the eyes," Madonna said.