Usher Reportedly In Talks With Justin Bieber To Share Stage At Super Bowl

Usher & Justin Bieber

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Usher reportedly wants Justin Bieber to share the stage with him during his highly-anticipated performance at the Super Bowl.

According to a report TMZ published on Friday, February 9, the Coming Home singer reached out to the Biebs directly and asked him to participate in the show during the Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show in Las Vegas. The two artists have been close for years ever since Usher began mentoring the hitmaker since he was 13 years old. The source told TMZ that there's no word on whether Bieber will be there or not.

As most fans know, Justin Bieber famously halted his "Justice Tour" back in 2022 to focus on his health after he was diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome. The rare disease left the right side of his face partially paralyzed. At the time, the singer had postponed the remainder of his tour until 2023, however, he ultimately decided to cancel the entire event. Since his recovery, Bieber has returned to the stage for one-off performances, but nothing nearly as major as the Super Bowl.

So far, it seems like the "Good Good" singer might a few guests who could join him on stage including Ludacris and Lil Jon, who're rumored to perform "Yeah!" with Ursher at some point during the show. TMZ also reports Alicia Keys will join Usher during the show, which would mean that fans might be able to see them perform "My Boo."

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