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ICYMI, the Super Bowl LVIII Pregame Performers Were Just Announced

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Super Bowl LVIII is a little over three weeks away, and we officially have more details on its star-studded lineup of performers. Enter: Reba McEntire, Post Malone, and Andra Day, who, earlier today, were announced as the sporting event's pregame entertainment.

According to the NFL's announcement, Reba is set to perform the national anthem, while Post Malone is will sing "America the Beautiful." However, the duo's performances will be preceded by a show from Andra Day, who is slated to put on a rendition of "Lift Every Voice and Sing" to kick off the pregame festivities.

Oh, and btw Reba singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" at this upcoming Super Bowl is a v sentimental opportunity, since, according to a statement put out by the country superstar, "2024 marks 50 years since I was discovered singing the National Anthem at the National Finals Rodeo, and I can’t think of a better way to celebrate that anniversary."

Andra, for her part, took to Instagram to express her excitement about performing at the event and penned this touching caption on a post: "Peace & Blessings!!! Performing the Anthem at the SuperBowl yall! Grateful! Thank You God 🤗🙏🏾 💚."

And Posty did the most Posy-code thing of all and simply commented "🍻🍻" on the original NFL's announcement post. I-con-ic!

Each Super Bowl LVII performer will be accompanied by an American Sign Language translator, with CODA star Daniel Durant joining Reba, while actor and model Anjel Piñero joining Post Malone, and actor and choreographer Shaheem Sanchez joning Andra in addition to Ushed during his highly-anticipated Halftime Show.

Recently, Usher opened up to Vogue about his upcoming performance and mused, "People will tune in for a football game, but I hope when they look at that halftime performance, I'm hoping they walk away with something that’s healing them."

"Something that makes them feel hopeful, and not just look at the past, but have hope for the future, and have hope for a different type of future than we’re looking at right now in the present," he added. Didn't think I would be out here getting emotional about football, but here we are!

The Super Bowl LVII will be played at Allegiant Stadium on Sunday, February 11, 2024 and can be streamed on Paramount+. And for all the deets on other options for tuning in, head right on over this way:

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