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Usher brings out Alicia Keys during throwback Super Bowl Halftime Show performance

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Usher brought out Alicia Keys during his Super Bowl Halftime Show performance tonight (February 11) in Las Vegas.The 58th Super Bowl is taking place at the Allegiant Stadium tonight, with the San Francisco 49ers facing off against defending champions the Kansas City Chiefs.Keys appeared early on in the performance, taking to the stage first seated behind a red grand piano as a large piece of red fabric billowed behind her.

She began by performing a clip of her own song ‘If I Ain’t Got You’ before Usher joined her to deliver a rendition of their 2004 collaboration ‘My Boo’.Throughout the set, Usher pulled largely from his album ‘Confessions’, which was also released in 2004 and from which ‘My Boo’ was taken.

The performance began with ‘Caught Up’ from that album and included the likes of ‘Superstar’, ‘Confessions Pt. II’ and ‘Burn’.Incredible ❤️ @AliciaKeys @Usher #AppleMusicHalftime— NFL (@NFL) February 12, 2024MY BOO! @AliciaKeys @Usher #AppleMusicHalftime— NFL (@NFL) February 12, 2024The halftime show started with the field taken over by backing dancers and performers dressed in glitzy, Vegas-worthy costumes before Usher appeared in white on a stage in the middle of them.After being joined by Keys, Usher welcomed more guests throughout the set.

H.E.R. joined him on guitar during ‘U Got It Bad’, while appeared during ‘OMG’. The latter also saw Usher recreate a roller-skating performance from his Las Vegas residency.Following that track, Lil Jon appeared in the on-field crowd for a snippet of his song ‘Turn Down For What’ before joining the headliner and Ludacris for ‘Yeah!’.

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