Usher has been fantasizing about headlining the Super Bowl halftime show for as long as he can remember, and his dream finally came true this Sunday night! The R&B sensation hypnotized the Super Bowl crowd with the medley of his biggest hits and brought out several special guests.
The NFL made it clear we should gear up for another nostalgic Super Bowl halftime show when they announced Usher as the headliner back in September. He was on top of his game on Sunday night and took us straight back to the 2000s with his hypnotic performance.
Usher didn’t have to do it all alone since several special guests joined him on stage. Alicia Keys was around for “If I Ain’t Got You” and “My Boo” before H.E.R. and will.i.am. hit the stage, while Lil Jon and Ludacris helped Usher close the show with a cover of “Yeah!”
Usher celebrated his halftime show performance by dropping his new studio album Coming Home just a few days before the Super Bowl. “Kissing Strangers” was released as its third single after “Good Good” ft. Summer Walker and 21 Savage, plus “Ruin” ft. Pheelz.
Super Bowl LVIII took place on February 11 at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada, and it marked the Kansas City Chiefs’ second consecutive title victory.