Super Bowl halftime show A-list performers over the years: Take a look

Usher was announced as the Super Bowl 2024 halftime perfomer by Kim Kardashian over the weekend

By Javeria Shahid September 25, 2023

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Recently, it was announced that Usher will be the headlining performer of the Super Bowl 2024 Halftime Show.

On September 24, Apple Music – the event sponsor, revealed the news via promo videos. 

A video featured Kim Kardashian informing the singer about his new gig over the call.

In the promo, SKIMS founder tells Usher that she's seen him perform twice in the city and that "this one's gotta be different."

Let’s have look at some of the best Super Bowl performances and see how high the bar is set for Usher to wow the audience:


Rihanna’s red hot performance was one of a kind. It marked a significant performance for the pop star as she announced her pregnancy of second baby with A$AP Rocky. 


Jennifer Lopez and Shakira made an indelible mark with their performance at the 2020 Super Bowl. The On The Floor hitmaker, 54 and the Waka Waka songstress, 46, made history as they become the first two Latinas to lead a halftime performance.


Lady Gaga demanded attention at the 2017 Super Bowl, when she appeared in NRG Stadium from the sky.

It was an electrifying experience for the spectators as the singer, 37 performed her hit songs including Born This Way, Just Dance, Million Reasons, and Bad Romance among others.


Katy Perry made quite an impression as she attracted the largest audience in the history of Super Bowl shows with a compelling medley.


Beyonce’s reunion with Destiny’s Child band members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams led to a captivating performance during the headliner set.

Red Hot Chilli Pepper and Bruno Mars brought the funk to super Bowl XLVIII with hits like Locked Out Of Heaven and Just the Way You Are.