After a lot of anticipation, Super Bowl LVIII returned to Las Vegas on Sunday night and gave us countless unforgettable moments. Usher’s halftime show was definitely one of them, and many special guest stars joined him on the Super Bowl stage, including Alicia Keys.
When Usher was initially announced as a halftime show performer, he described it as an honor of a lifetime and promised a show that would be unlike anything we’ve seen from him before. He finally kept his promise on Sunday night—and he didn’t have to do it all alone.
Usher opened the show with “My Way” before continuing his set with “Caught Up” and “U Don’t Have to Call”. Alicia Keys, who was rumored to join him days before Super Bowl Sunday, delivered a powerful piano rendition of “If I Ain’t Got You” before teaming up with Usher for “My Boo”.
Keys wasn’t the only special guest to help Usher make his Super Bowl performance extra special. H.E.R., will.i.am. and Lil Jon also hit the stage before Ludacris joined Usher to close the set with an electrifying rendition of his biggest hit “Yeah!”
Super Bowl LVIII took place on February 11 at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada, and the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers to lift the trophy for the second consecutive year.