"13 minutes of insanity and it's gonna happen," choreographer Marty Kudelka said.

Just a little over a week away, the most anticipated night of football happens once again with never before seen commercials and a halftime show that gathers everyone around.

As Justin Timberlake headlines this year's Super Bowl halftime show, the 36-year-old "Filthy" singer and his choreographer Marty Kudelka gave glimpse on what to expect for the big night in a video released by Pepsi on Thursday (January 25).

Taking viewers behind the scenes during rehearsals, Timberlake and his dance team share the creative process and the emphasis of unity during performances.

"Unity," Justin Timberlake said. "That's all we're gonna try to do."

In addition, the "Say Something" singer said he wasn't worried about things going wrong on stage.

"If the ethos is can be like, 'Hey, for 12-13 minutes we're gonna have a good a really good time.' I think if everything spawns off of that, then everything will be fine."

Catch Justin Timberlake perform at the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday, February 4.