June 25, 2024

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Justin Bieber Fans Disappointed He Didn’t Do Usher Halftime Show

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Justin Bieber, Usher’s former protégé, didn’t show up for the latter’s Halftime Show at the 2024 Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 11) as many had predicted and hoped for.

Many had predicted the former mentee of the R&B singer .would take the coveted stage to perform alongside Usher as that’s what fans were hoping for and speaking about prior to the Halftime Show.

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Despite Justins lack of performance, he quickly became a trending topic on social media. Although he didn’t perform with Usher, he did attend the 2024 Super Bowl with his wife, Hailey Bieber. Though there was no Usher and Justin collab, we do have a video from the NFL of Justin and Hailey dancing to Usher’s Halftime performance.

Fans were quick to share their reactions to the news that Usher and Justin would not reunite for a performance tonight. One fan wrote, “Us when Usher’s performance ends and Justin Bieber is still in his seat,” alongside a gif of someone in tears.

Another added, “Usher brought all those people on stage and not one of them was Justin Bieber.”

See reactions to Justin Bieber not performing at the 2024 Super Bowl Halftime Show with Usher, below.

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