Usher and Justin Bieber Might Share the Stage at Super Bowl Halftime Show
Sources reveal that Usher has been in direct talks with Justin Bieber about the possibility of performing together during the Super Bowl Halftime show. According to insiders with direct knowledge, Usher personally reached out to Bieber, with no intermediaries involved in the conversation. While the outcome of these discussions remains unknown, Usher undeniably wants Bieber to join him for what is anticipated to be the most-watched Super Bowl in history.
It comes as no surprise that Usher is eager to collaborate with Bieber, given their close relationship. Usher served as Bieber's mentor when the pop star was just 13 years old, playing an instrumental role in guiding his flourishing career alongside manager Scooter Braun. Bieber, who recently halted his "Justice" world tour due to being diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, has primarily performed at one-off events, including a recent appearance at NHL All-Star Weekend in Toronto.
In addition to Usher, the Super Bowl Halftime show is expected to feature performances by Lil Jon and Ludacris. Moreover, there are rumors suggesting that Alicia Keys may also grace the stage. The inclusion of Justin Bieber in this spectacular lineup would undoubtedly be a remarkable treat for fans worldwide.