Usher Dazzles Crowd With Show-Stopping Super Bowl Halftime Performance.

Usher Halftime

Usher just finished his epic Super Bowl LVII halftime show, and we’re still feeling goosebumps. Apparently, his fans are feeling the same.

The 45-year-old shook Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas tonight and warmed the hearts of Millenials around the globe. He was quiet about his set ahead of the game, but he hinted that he might perform some of the songs off his newest album, Coming Home, which dropped today.

When the eight-time Grammy winner took the field, he went right into a compilation of his greatest hits from decades past like Caught Up and U Don’t Have to Call. And of course, there were the Alicia Keys duets, which people can’t stop talking about.

Here’s what else fans had to say about the show!

The Yeah! performance with Lil Jon and Ludacris might have been the most-loved part of the halftime show, though—at least, it was to us!

While Usher has been in music for over 30 years and won eight Grammys, he has yet to be the main star during a Super Bowl halftime show. The closest he got to the honor was in 2011 when he joined Black Eyed Peas to sing OMG with

“It’s an honor of a lifetime to finally check a Super Bowl performance off my bucket list,” he said in a statement. “I can’t wait to bring the world a show unlike anything else they’ve seen from me before.”

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