The 2024 Super Bowl halftime show will feature Usher as the headlining performer
known for his eight Grammy wins and hits such as "Yeah!" and "Burn."
Usher, recognized as the "King of R&B," broke into the music scene at 16 and recently concluded a two-year residency in Las Vegas.
Speculation surrounds potential guest appearances during the halftime show, with fans considering artists like Lil Jon, Ludacris, and Alicia Key
The set list for Usher's performance is anticipated to include iconic tracks like "Yeah!," "Burn," "My Boo," "Love in this Club," "Caught Up," and "Confessions Part II."
Usher's new album, "Coming Home," released on Feb 9, is likely to feature in the halftime show, with the debut single "Good Good" featuring Summer Walker
Reba McEntire is set to sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl, while Post Malone and Andra Day will perform "America the Beautiful"
Tiësto will make history as the Super Bowl's first in-game DJ, providing a set during player warm-ups and breaks throughout the game.
Taylor Swift is expected to attend the Super Bowl to support her boyfriend, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce
Despite Swift's recent Grammy win and tour commitments, her presence at the Super Bowl may involve on-screen reactions to Kelce's plays