Fans go wild for Usher and Alicia’s steamy half-time show

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Written By Maya Cantina
  • Alicia Keys made her appearance by first tickling the ivories at her flowing red space-age piano. She glittered in the night air with her sizzling red bodysuit

Fans went wild last night after watching Usher perform with Alicia Keys during their steamy Super Bowl half-time segment.  

The 45-year-old R&B icon was putting on a major showcase of his decades of hits in front of an A-list crowd that included fellow music superstars Taylor Swift, Beyonce, Jay-Z, Lady Gaga and even Beatles legend Paul McCartney. 

Alicia Keys made her appearance by first tickling the ivories at her flowing red space-age piano.

She glittered in the night air with her sizzling red bodysuit that was decorated with sequins. The look featured a sheer top and sleeves, while it included a darker red corset-style midriff.

Usher, who wore a single bejeweled glove, possibly as a tribute to Michael Jackson, looked affectionate and wrapped his arms around her.

Fans went wild last night after watching Usher perform with Alicia Keys during their steamy Super Bowl half-time segment

It was previously reported that Alicia Keys would be joining Usher, and she didn't disappoint

It was previously reported that Alicia Keys would be joining Usher, and she didn’t disappoint

Alicia got to shine solo with her song Ain’t Got You, which served as her introduction, before Usher rejoined her for their duet My Boo.

She left the piano and strutted around stage as she and the headliner traded verses on the romantic tune.

Usher was celebrating the 20th anniversary of his most enduring album, Confessions, which got a shoutout from Jermaine Dupri before the next section of the stage show.

He opened with a rapid-fire Confessions Part II, before sliding into the appropriately titled Nice & Slow.

Fans were quick to mention Keys’ longtime husband, hip-hop producer Swizz Beatz – saying that she got a bit too close and personal during the star-studded performance. 

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