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The Universal Magazine

Usher Struggles to Remain the Super Bowl Star in Las Vegas

Over the years, Usher remains productive

The halftime show of the Super Bowl in Las Vegas was marked by a remarkable performance by Usher, who revisited his greatest hits such as Yeah! and Oh My God. On stage, the singer demonstrated his talent, alternating between dance and song, never resorting to lip-syncing.

Alicia Keys joined Usher for a powerful moment, performing their duet My Boo in front of a fired-up audience. The highlight of the evening came when Usher performed a roller-skating dance routine. The stadium vibrated to the sound of his hits, with surprise appearances from Ludacris, Will.I.Am, and Lil Jon.

This memorable evening was also marked by the presence of celebrities in the audience, such as Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and LeBron James.

Despite Usher’s efforts, the evening saw Taylor Swift capture some of the media attention, following her success at the latest Grammy Awards, supporting Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs. Beyoncé was not to be outdone by announcing a new album via Instagram.

Usher, whose last appearance at the top of the charts dates back more than 13 years, took this opportunity to announce his new album, Coming Home, as well as a tour scheduled for August.

This Super Bowl appearance represents a key moment in the artist’s career who has been seeking to reconnect with success for years.