Super Bowl 2024: NFL announces Usher as halftime show headliner

Last Sunday (24), through social media and official websites, the National Football League announced that Usher will be the headliner of next year’s Super Bowl halftime show, which will be held on February 11, at Allegiant Stadium, in Las Vegas, ending the 2023/24 season for American football teams.

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The release of the performance left the internet abuzz as Usher is considered one of the main names in the R&B genre. It will be the second time that the singer will be present on stage, as the first time he was invited to make a special appearance, as a guest artist, during the Black Eyed Peas show.

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“It’s the honor of a lifetime to finally check a Super Bowl performance off my bucket list. I can’t wait to bring the world a show unlike anything they’ve seen before me,” Usher announced in a statement on social media. In an interview with CBS Mornings, the singer detailed that the show will be a celebration and that it will not disappoint viewers.

The artist also commented on how he received the information that he would perform on one of the biggest stages in the United States: “But when I received that call… he said ‘the time has come, it’s the magic hour. You know, it’s time for you to have this moment.’ I was like, ‘What are you talking about?’” Usher was surprised by the call from Jay-z, owner of Roc Nation and organizer of the Super Bowl.

Usher concluded by saying that he is thrilled to have the opportunity to perform: “30 years ago, I made a commitment to offering my best and here, 30 years later, I am being rewarded with one of the most prestigious performances and stages anyone could ever play on”.

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