How Usher will sum up a 30-year career in 13 minutes of Super Bowl halftime: How to watch this Sunday

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This Sunday, February 11th, there will be the most important and anticipated game of the NFL, the superbowl between Chiefs and Niners. And as usual, halftime will be a highly anticipated moment because there will be special advertising and a great musical show.

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The chosen artist was Usherwho exploded in the late ’90s with his second album and has since been one of the most successful singers in the United States, with more than 57 million records sold and hits like Nice and slow, You make me want, In my own way, You remind me, Yes, you’ve taken a bad turn, Burn, You don’t have to call, Confessions part II, Love in this club, OMG and more.

Singer Usher has been chosen by the NFL for the 2024 Super Bowl halftime show.Singer Usher has been chosen by the NFL for the 2024 Super Bowl halftime show.

It will be the first Super Bowl to be played in Nevada and the Las Vegas Valley. The stage is Allegiant Stadium, which opened in 2020 and is owned by the Las Vegas Raiders.

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How to watch it and at what time

The game between Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers will begin to 8.30pm in Argentina. Both the football game and the halftime show will be available on ESPN AND Star+.

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The singer gave an interview to Apple Music and put together a trailer.

It is estimated that Usher’s show will be held between 10pm and 10.30pm.

What Usher said

This week, Usher gave an interview with Apple Music’s Nadeska Alexis in front of an audience full of journalists from his platform and social networks. A sort of atypical press conference.

Usher poses for photographers after doing a special interview with Apple Music to preview his Super Bowl show.  Photo: EFEUsher poses for photographers after doing a special interview with Apple Music to preview his Super Bowl show. Photo: EFE

Said that It was difficult to put together the list of topics and summarize three decades of a successful music career in one Super Bowl halftime show. She said she decided to focus on his hits, some references to his 100 concerts in Las Vegas and maybe something from his new album.

“It was definitely a challenge to pack 30 years into 13 minutes,” he said. “I asked myself: which songs know me and which have celebrated the entire journey?”

But he gave no specific clues about the direction he’s taking this process and what his vision for the overall show will be.

He also didn’t give names of which guest musicians might join on stage, though he left several clues he confirmed that he will not be alone. You suggested that they would be people you have worked with before.

“I think I made life easier when I decided to include artists in songs that became hits. “This gave me the most inspiration,” she said.

Fans speculate that they could be from Beyoncé a Monica, Nicki Minaj and Lil Jon. They also remembered that in 2011 Usher was a guest on the Super Bowl show. William, and perhaps he will return the gesture. And there is no shortage of those who assure that the ideal guest would be exactly that Justin Biebera “discovery” by Usher.

Usher noted that he definitely wants to bring the flavor of his hometown to his show. His residency in Las Vegas was a perfect laboratory to achieve this goal. “I was able to bring a lot of Atlanta and the melting pot that it represents, musically and culturally, to Las Vegas,” she said. “It wasn’t easy, but I turned Las Vegas into Atlanta. I took the V and turned it.”

Also Billy Idol

Just before the Super Bowl there will also be another recital, but outside the stadium. Billy Idol, the 80s star who had great success, will play him Dancing with myself, Mony Mony AND Rebel cry.

Billy Idol live at the Vélez stadium during his last visit to the country.  Photo.  Martin Bonetto.Billy Idol live at the Vélez stadium during his last visit to the country. Photo. Martin Bonetto.

“It’s about adding excitement to the event. You’re getting people excited. It’s a fun feeling. You can tell people they’re excited, what’s going to happen, and you’re entertaining them in those moments before it actually happens,” he said.

Source: Clarin

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