Arlington, Texas - The Black Eyed Peas concert on February 6 at Cowboys Stadium will now feature a special performance by the Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers. The group, who is on tour supporting their latest terrible album, “The Beginning” announced back in September that they would be playing the show that will be televised by Fox. “We’re very excited that so many people want to see us perform live, that a network like Fox would want to televise it” said female member, Fergie, who looks attractive 30 percent of the time and like a hideous ghoul the other 70. “This is going to be amazing” said another terrible member of the group who calls himself “Will.I.Am” He went on to say that “Just think, 100 million people worldwide will be tuning in to hear us showcase our lack of talent! Now, I can’t give away which shitty songs we will be playing, but we have a large selection of god awful songs available, songs like “My Humps” or “Boom Boom Pow” or even our latest piece of shit, “The Time(Dirty Bit)” He continued, “We thought to ourselves that we really wanted to kick this concert up a notch, so we thought that out of all those tens of millions of people who will be tuning in just to see us, surely a few of them like football as well. So we decided to have 2 football teams play a game in between our concert, kind of as an extra little piece of entertainment.” The group began deciding which two teams that would be at the beginning of January. They say that they went back and forth trying to decide, even going so far as creating a bracket of 16 of the NFL’s top teams. Even with their bracket, the band says it still took them three weeks to decide which teams to invite, eventually picking the Steelers and Packers just this past Sunday night. Tickets to the concert have been sold out for months and are going for as much as $3,000 on ebay. However, there are still tickets available for complete morons who want to pay $200 to stand on the lawn in front of the stadium and watch the game on a projection screen. Stadium owner, Jerry Jones, anticipates that it will set the record for atttendance for a concert with an NFL game set as the backdrop.