Sep 27, 2023, 5:51 pm ET in NFL
95 views
Read Time: 3 min

Usher Headlines Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show

It’s official! The NFL has dropped a major bombshell by revealing that the eight-time Grammy champ, Usher, will set the rhythm at Super Bowl LVIII halftime in February 2024. Excited for the Usher in Halftime Show? Usher himself couldn’t contain his excitement, and he spilled the beans on his Instagram, which makes it all the more enticing for grabbing the NFL betting odds to take advantage!

The news initially broke through none other than NFL Hall of Famer and football coach, Deion Sanders, known as “Coach Prime.” A video starring both legends made the announcement, followed by another promo featuring Kim Kardashian.

Usher’s Pledge

Usher for Halftime Show brimming with excitement, he described this upcoming gig as the “honor of a lifetime.” He’s all set to bring a showstopper. “I’m ready to blow everyone’s minds with a performance unlike anything I’ve ever done,” Usher exclaimed in the official NFL statement. So all Usher fans get ready to groove as Super Bowl LVIII takes over Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on February 11, 2024 with the halftime show sponsored by Apple Music.

Roc Nation’s Starring Role

Jay-Z’s Roc Nation is teaming up intending to make this halftime show unforgettable. The music mogul, who knows a thing or two about epic performances (hello, Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour), is backing Usher as “the ultimate artist and showman.” He’s highlighting Usher’s journey from his debut at age 15 to his consistent record of smashing singing and mind-blowing moves.

Usher and the Black Eyed Peas in 2011

Here’s the kicker: Usher rocked the stage with the Black Eyed Peas during the 2011 halftime show, but this is his FIRST time headlining the Super Bowl. The NFL hasn’t spilled the beans about any surprise guests or artists who might join Usher during the halftime extravaganza.

Usher’s already a sensation with his Las Vegas residency, and he’s set to headline Super Bowl LVIII on February 11, 2024.

FYI, there are many NFL teams competing for Super Bowl contenders, but some of the most promising ones are these, along with their NFL odds of winning Super Bowl 58:

Kansas City Chiefs — 7-1

Philadelphia Eagles — 8-1

Buffalo Bills — 9-1

San Francisco 49ers — 10-1

Cincinnati Bengals — 11-1

Dallas Cowboys — 15-1

Detroit Lions — 17-1

Baltimore Ravens — 18-1

New York Jets — 18-1

Los Angeles Chargers — 25-1

Dive into the thrilling world of sports betting now! Place your bets on your favorite teams and enjoy the rush of the game like never before. Stay tuned with Godds for more!