Why Usher Won’t Get Paid For The Super Bowl Halftime Show

Published 2024-02-07
The king of R&B will give a free 13-minute performance during the big game—and don’t bet on a duet with Taylor Swift—but the real payoff will come when he releases his new album that day.

It’s been 13 years since Usher descended from the sky to perform his hit “OMG” as a special guest during the Super Bowl XLV halftime show in Arlington, Texas—a two-minute routine that culminated with him leaping over will.i.am’s head and landing in a split. “Since that day, I think, I had it in my mind that I wanted to go back to the stage,” he said recently on Good Morning America.

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