Multiple Grammy Award Winner Usher Raymond has officially secured the coveted headline slot for the highly-anticipated 2024 Super Bowl Halftime show. Usher shared this electrifying news with fans via his X profile, previously known as Twitter, on a recent Sunday.
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In his announcement, Usher conveyed his profound sense of honor at the opportunity to check off a Super Bowl performance from his bucket list. He eagerly looks forward to delivering an unparalleled show that will surpass all his previous performances. Usher expressed his heartfelt gratitude to his fans and everyone who played a role in making this remarkable opportunity a reality. He concluded with a promise to reunite with everyone very soon.
Furthermore, Roc Nation, the record label, will once again take the helm in producing the show, marking their fifth consecutive year in this pivotal role. Jay Z, the renowned rap mogul and owner of Roc Nation, shared his lofty expectations for Usher’s forthcoming performance. He lauded Usher as the quintessential artist and entertainer, recognizing his remarkable journey from his debut at the tender age of 15. Jay Z praised Usher’s ability to carve his own distinct path and lay bare his soul through his extraordinary singing, choreography, and artistry. He eagerly anticipates witnessing the enchantment that Usher will bring to one of the world’s grandest stages.
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This highly-anticipated event is scheduled to dazzle audiences on February 11, 2024, at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. Notably, the 2023 halftime show featured pop sensation Rihanna as the headliner, who made headlines by announcing her second pregnancy during her performance.
Usher, now 44 years old, is poised to grace the stage of the 2024 Super Bowl Halftime Show. This iconic performance, presented by Apple Music, will unfold at the Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada, on February 11, 2024. Usher’s thrilling announcement came via a video shared on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, where he received an unexpected call from Kim Kardashian revealing his headlining status.
This appearance marks Usher’s second Super Bowl performance, following his previous collaboration with the Black Eyed Peas during their 2011 halftime show.
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