After gaining nationwide popularity speaking at Joe Biden's inauguration, poet Amanda Gorman will be stepping up to another big stage.

The 22-year-old will now be adding to the upcoming NFL Super Bowl pre-game festivities, warming up the stage for the game's halftime performer, The Weeknd.

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For while we have our eyes on the future, history has its eyes on us Amanda Gorman 

During the Super Bowl pregame show, Gorman will be reciting an original poem honoring three honorary captains chosen for the big game, including Los Angeles teacher Trimaine Davis, Tampa nurse Suzie Dorner, and Marine veteran James Martin.

Her inaugural poem, "The Hill We Climb," won the hearts of millions across the country, including the likes of President Barack Obama.

While Gorman will be handling the pre-game entertainment, The Weeknd will be taking over the halftime show, which will have a very different look this year, as a just small crowd of 22,000 will be in attendance. 

"It is absolutely a live, live show inside that halftime stadium in more places than you would expect," Halftime Show Executive Producer Jesse Collins told Entertainment Tonight.