Usher might be using his Las Vegas and Paris residencies as practice for what he plans to bring to the 2024 Super Bowl Halftime show.
The Grammy award-winning singer is busy in Paris performing as part of his residency all while speaking with press since being announced as the headliner for next year’s Super Bowl halftime show. It was a “bucket list” gig that Usher couldn’t turn down.
“You want to win a Grammy, you would like to win an Oscar, you’d love to win a Brit Award. But not many get to play the Super Bowl,” he tells The Sun.
“Outside of the Olympics, it’s the most internationally watched show. So if there is an opportunity to speak to an entire world, that may or may not necessarily know about what I do as an entertainer, they get a snapshot.”
Just last week, Usher was announced as the headliner and it’s a moment the “Yeah” singer is still taking in ahead of all the hard work coming his way.
“I’m still savouring that call from (show curator) Jay-Z, who said, ‘You got the Super Bowl,'” Usher said. “I’m trying to savour it because everything else after that is about...