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Watch Usher’s Full Super Bowl Halftime performance

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Usher took the stage at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Sunday (February 11) for the Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show. The multi-talented singer and dancer who has been dominating the charts for over two decades delivered a stunning performance that showcased his versatility, charisma, and creativity. 

He opened the anticipated set with his 2004 hit “Caught Up”, wearing a white suit, and surrounded by dancers and a marching band. He then transitioned to a medley of his R&B classics, such as “U Don’t Have to Call”, “Superstar”, and “Love in This Club.”

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He brought out Alicia Keys as his first guest, and the two performed a beautiful duet of “If I Ain’t Got You”, followed by their 2004 collaboration “My Boo”. Jermaine Dupri also came out and helped Usher sing “Confessions Part II.”

The legendary R&B singer then took his shirt off to the delight of the crowd and sang “Nice & Slow,” “Burn” and “U Got It Bad.” He was joined onstage by H.E.R., who did a guitar solo. 

Usher put on roller skates and performed “OMG” with will.i.am who turned up in a cyber suit. The show reached its climax when he invited Lil Jon and Ludacris to join him for a performance of fan favorite “Yeah.”

Usher’s halftime show comes a few months after he wrapped his Las Vegas Residency. His latest album “Coming Home” featuring H.E.R., 21 Savage, Latto, The-Dream, Burna Boy and more was released this past Friday (February 9).

Watch Usher’s full 2024 Super Bowl Halftime Show below.

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