Super Bowl 2024: who will Usher invite on stage?

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The fateful date is approaching, on the night of Sunday February 11 to Monday February 12 the 58th Super Bowl will be held. After Rihanna, Usher was selected to perform the show at Allegiant Stadium in Nevada.

Yeah, yeah, yeah! It is Usher who will provide the “half-time show” of the 58th Super Bowl this weekend. This year, the event will pit the Kansas City Chiefs (winners last year) against the San Francisco 49ers. It is expected that 65,000 spectators will gather to celebrate the biggest night in American football, while tens of millions of people will follow the championship final from home.

On this occasion, the RnB icon promised to bring other stars with him to ignite the Allegiant Stadium in Paradise. “ There are playlists going around, people trying to figure out which song I was going to perform first and last, who was going to come on stage with me “, he quipped during a press conference. And he’s not wrong to laugh about it since his discography includes numerous collaborations.

In addition, the 45-year-old singer’s show will exceptionally last 15 minutes instead of the regulatory 13. And on social networks, this was enough to increase rumors about his guests.

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I’ve really thought about who I would like to have share this moment with me and I feel like the people who are going to share it deserve a huge amount of recognition for what they do in their careers – whether we collaborated together or They had their own moments. », added the singer with eight Grammys. And in addition to this beautiful promise made to his audience, he admitted to having been inspired by Michael Jackson’s stunning performance during the 1992 Super Bowl.

But while waiting to discover the show, we took a look at the singer’s potential pieces and the list is long. In addition to his solo classics “You Remind Me” or more recently “Boyfriend”, Usher has collaborated with numerous artists such as Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Alicia Keys, David Guetta, Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, Martin Garrix and even Ludacris and Lil Jon seen in Apple Music’s “Where’s Usher” video…

One thing is certain, the public expects a large-scale show entirely paid for by the NFL. The artists selected for the halftime show perform for free on the evening of the Super Bowl.

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