Usher joined by Alicia Keys, Lil Jon, Ludacris and more during Super Bowl LVIII halftime show

Alicia Keys, H.E.R. and Ludacris also made surprise appearances during the singer's performance, which featured some of his fan-favorite songs, including "Love in this Club," "Yeah!" and "U Got It Bad."


Usher gave an electric performance filled with special guests during the Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show on Sunday, singing some of his biggest hits throughout his 30-year music career.

The singer kicked off the show on the football field, wearing an all-white outfit and a cape.

Football fans screamed, “Yeah!” as Usher took the stage at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Sunday.

The singer opened the show with “Caught Up.” He then transitioned into a slew of his biggest hits including, “U Don’t Have to Call,” “My Boo” and “Burn.”

He brought in numerous guest performers, including Alicia Keys, H.E.R.,, Lil Jon and Ludacris.

At one point, Usher came out in a sparkly outfit as back-up performers rollerbladed around him and during their performance of “OMG.”

Alicia Keys was the first guest to make an appearance, singing “If I Ain’t Got You,” and then “My Boo” with Usher. She sported an all-red, shimmery look, while Usher later lost his shirt when performing “U Got It Bad.”

H.E.R. also delivered a special guitar solo, right before Usher came back onto the stage, this time on roller skates, wearing a glittery black and blue look. He went on to sing “OMG.”

Lil Jon sent the crowd into a frenzy singing “Turn Down for What.”

Ludacris made a cameo at the end to sing “Yeah!” alongside Usher to finish the Halftime Show and a tribute to Atlanta.

Usher is no stranger to Las Vegas, where the Super Bowl is being held. He recently finished a 100-show residency at the Dolby Live at Park MGM.

Ahead of his halftime show during football’s biggest night, Usher said he planned to incorporate elements of his Las Vegas residency into the performance. “I was very mindful of my past, celebrating my present, which is here in Las Vegas, and thinking about where we are headed in the future,” he said during a press conference on Thursday.

“What songs do people know me for? What songs have been a celebration of [my career]? That was the idea.”

The Grammy-winning singer also previously said on Good Morning America that he wanted his performance to pay homage to Black artists who came before him. “I didn’t start where I am now, and I didn’t get there by myself,” he added. “So, everybody that has been a part of it, I’m carrying them with me.”

“God allows things to happen in the time that they’re intended,” the “There Goes My Baby” singer told The Hollywood Reporter last week, adding that a Super Bowl performance is a “celebration of a career.

“Everybody that has had that moment, they’ve had a career that spanned, and they reached a place where the world needed to see and celebrate it and recognize that person.”

Earlier at the Super Bowl, Reba McEntire performed the national anthem to kick off the Super Bowl, Post Malone sang “America the Beautiful” and Andra Day performed “Lift Every Voice and Sing.”

The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers faced off at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas for Super Bowl LVIII.

Update: With 3 seconds left on overtime on the clock, the Chiefs claim the 58th Super Bowl.