Watch out, she’s a maneater!!

Furtado to headline Grey Cup
Canadian pop diva Nelly Furtado will perform during the halftime show at the Grey Cup in Winnipeg next month, organizers of the Canadian Football League championship announced Friday.
“The Grey Cup is a national treasure and I’m thrilled to be performing,” Furtado said in a statement.
Recent Canadian Idol winner, Eva Avila, a 19-year-old from Gatineau, Que., will sing the national anthem.
CFL commissioner Tom Wright called Furtado, winner of Grammy and Juno Awards, a great Canadian talent.
“The Grey Cup is a Canadian tradition and the largest single-day sporting event in the country,” Wright said.
“As part of the Grey Cup entertainment experience, the CFL is proud to present Nelly Furtado in the Rogers Grey Cup Halftime Show. Weíre thrilled to have one of Canadaís greatest talents entertain CFL fans everywhere on Grey Cup Sunday.”
The 94th annual Grey Cup is at Canad Inns Stadium on Nov. 19 (CBC, 6 p.m.).
Furtado, who rose to fame with 2000’s I’m Like a Bird from her record-breaking debut album Whoa, Nelly!, is back atop the North American music charts with hits like Promiscuous and Maneater from her third album, Loose.
The 27-year-old native of Victoria is the latest big act to perform at the Grey Cup, one of the oldest professional sports championships in North America.
Others include:
2005 in Vancouver: American hip-hop group Black Eyed Peas.
2004 in Ottawa: Tragically Hip.
2003 in Regina: Bryan Adams and Sam Roberts.
2002 in Edmonton: Country star Shania Twain.