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These are the secret stars who could join Usher in Super Bowl Half Time show surprise

Emily Brown

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These are the secret stars who could join Usher in Super Bowl Half Time show surprise

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The Super Bowl Half Time show is famously a gig full of surprises, but we have a few predictions about who could be joining Usher on the stage tonight.

The 'DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love' singer is set to entertain the crowd as the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers go head-to-head for the Lombardi Trophy in Las Vegas on tonight (11 February).

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With eight Grammy awards, nine Number One singles, millions of fans across the globe and a 100-show Las Vegas residency, it's safe to say Usher can hold his own at the event.

Even so, performers like to surprise viewers at the Super Bowl, so here are some of the acts who could make an appearance.

Alicia Keys

An icon in her own right, Keys is also known for collaborating with Usher on their 2004 track 'My Boo'.

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It's a slightly slower song in comparison to some of the more upbeat tracks that will get the crowd going at the game, but it could be the perfect nostalgic hit for the '90s viewers.

Plus, some fans online have threatened to 'turn off' the game if Keys doesn't appear, so Usher has some good incentive to bring her on to the stage.

Usher and Alicia Keys go way back. Credit: Kevin Mazur/Child11/WireImage
Usher and Alicia Keys go way back. Credit: Kevin Mazur/Child11/WireImage

Pitbull

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Another former collaborator of Usher's is Pitbull, who worked with him on the 2010 bop 'DJs Got Us Fallin' In Love'.

Pitbull was previously rumored to appear at the Super Bowl LIV in 2020 alongside Jennifer Lopez and Shakira, but he never ended up joining the pair.

Four years later and it's the same football teams who are on the field - but will Pitbull finally join them?

Lil Jon and Ludacris

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Who says there only has to be one special guest? Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar absolutely packed the stage in 2022, so maybe Usher will plan to a similar party this weekend.

The two acts could be strong possibilities thanks to their work with Usher on his 2004 song 'Yeah!', which would definitely get the crowd on their feet.

Usher, Lil Jon and Ludacris could be the ultimate combination. Credit:  Ethan Miller/WireImage
Usher, Lil Jon and Ludacris could be the ultimate combination. Credit: Ethan Miller/WireImage

21 Savage and Summer Walker

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Focusing on Usher's more recent releases, 21 Savage and Summer Walker could join the singer on stage to perform their track 'Good Good', which released in August last year.

The track features on Usher's latest album 'Coming Home', meaning the Super Bowl could be the perfect time to help promote the release.

Jungkook

Potentially one of the most asked-for surprises, BTS star Jungkook could join Usher on stage and make history as the first K-Pop artist to perform at the Super Bowl.

Jungkook also has a part to play on Usher's new album, which features a remix of his song 'Standing Next To You'.

Fans are desperate for the pair to perform together, but we'll just have to wait and see whether Usher takes the opportunity to make history!

Topics: Music, Celebrity, Sport, Super Bowl, US News, Usher

Emily Brown
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