Usher during his performance at the Super Bowl halftime show. Image: www.imago-images.de
In the 58th Super Bowl, the Kansas City Chiefs captured the fourth title in club history by defeating the San Francisco 49ers. While Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes in particular showed great play on the field, Usher was the big star of the halftime show.
At the Super Bowl in Las Vegas, R&B artist Usher proved with his performance that he can impress on the big stage even after 30 years in show business. The 45-year-old singer, who released his ninth studio album a week before the big show, surprised the audience with inline skates…
…and brought some surprise guests to the stage with Jermaine Dupri, Lil Jon, Ludacris, Alicia Keys, will.i.am, and HER. While Alicia Keys was particularly notable for her vocals and heartfelt dance performances with her stage partner Asher…
…The artist let her electric guitar do the talking.
During his 13-minute performance, Usher changed clothes several times, at times shedding his shirt — something that, unlike Janet Jackson's bare chest 20 years ago, attracted little attention.
The Super Bowl traditionally begins with the US national anthem “Star-Spangled Banner” – sung this year by country musician Reba McEntire.
Singer Post Malone also sang the praises of his country with the song “America the Beautiful”…
…which inspired Taylor Swift to influence her. After a series of concerts in Tokyo, the singer arrived in Las Vegas in time for the Super Bowl.
You can watch the entire thirteen minutes of the halftime show in the video here:
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