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Usher's Super Bowl Halftime Show Becomes Most Watched In History With Over 123 Million Viewers

Usher's Super Bowl halftime show became the most watched in history with over 123 million viewers.

Usher delivered a high-energy Super Bowl halftime show in Las Vegas on Sunday that featured surprise appearances by some of his most famous collaborators as the R&B star rolled through a parade of his hits.

The stadium was packed with huge names from the world of music, including Paul McCartney, Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift, who was at the game to cheer on her boyfriend, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.

Sitting at a red piano, Alicia Keys was the first to be revealed on stage as she and Usher reunited to perform their 2004 duet My Boo.

Guitar virtuoso H.E.R. was up next, taking the stage to tear through a blistering solo as Usher danced along., Lil Jon and Ludacris helped close out the intermission show with an energetic rendition of Usher's biggest hit, Yeah!

Despite all of the extra star power, Usher was always at the centre of the action as he sang, danced, tore off his shirt and roller-skated on a glowing stage at the stadium near the Las Vegas Strip.

"I love you," he told the appreciative crowd on hand to see the San Francisco 49ers take on the Chiefs in the NFL's title game.

The halftime show, which is typically the most watched musical performance of the year, is produced by Jay-Z's Roc Nation label and sponsored by Apple Music.

Watch the Usher's Super Bowl performance down below.



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