The athletic stage for the NFL's 2024 Super Bowl has been established.
After defeating the Ravens in the AFC Championship, the Kansas City Chiefs are headed back to the Super Bowl. The team, which consists of heavy hitters like Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce, will take on the San Francisco 49ers at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
Meanwhile, Usher’s halftime performance will provide a break from the game’s excitement and will be filled with music and entertainment. Fans are speculating about who the surprise guests might be, with social media buzzing with excitement and predictions.
So, who is performing with Usher at the Super Bowl? We have clues!
Who is performing with Usher at the Super Bowl halftime show?
The trailer for Usher's Super Bowl halftime show dropped on Apple's YouTube channel in January. Later, days ahead of the big show, Apple dropped another promo for the Super Bowl's highly-anticipated halftime performance. The short film, which stars Taraji P. Henson, Ludacris, and Lil Jon, is titled "Where's Usher?"
In it, we see the trio encounter a host of characters on their mission to find the R&B crooner, who has gone missing in Las Vegas, and get him to the field in time for the big show. "Luda lost Usher," Taraji says at the start of the video.
The promo teases songs like "Yeah," and "Let It Burn," so it's likely he'll perform those. As for supporting acts, Usher has more than a few options.
Along with Luda and Lil Jon, the singer has worked with Alicia Keys, Summer Walker, Jay-Z, and Beyoncé, and more, so, his options are plentiful.
“I have definitely went through a lot of ideas of who I would have share this moment with me and I do feel like the people who are gonna share it deserve just as much recognition for what they do in their careers," the rapper told the press (per Page Six.)
He went on: "Whether we have collaborated together or rather they’ve had moments of their own."
Usher, whose Las Vegas residency came to an end on Dec. 2, is known for delivering high-energy and visually stunning performances, so we don't expect his halftime performance to disappoint.
The NFL and the halftime show producers are also keeping the suspense alive, heightening the anticipation leading up to the big reveal.
One person who won't be performing at the show is Taylor Swift — despite rumors.
Usher will not be joined by Taylor Swift.
There was speculation that Taylor Swift would join the R&B crooner on stage, but those rumors have since been shut down.
Sources exclusively revealed to TMZ that the famous pop star would not be performing with Usher or in any other capacity during the football showdown.
Super Bowl 58 kicks off on Sunday, February 11 at 6:30 p.m. ET on CBS. The game, and Usher’s performance, can also be streamed on Paramount Plus.
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