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2025 Super Bowl half-time show odds: Surprise name favourite for next year ahead of Taylor Swift and Drake

Nasir Jabbar

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2025 Super Bowl half-time show odds: Surprise name favourite for next year ahead of Taylor Swift and Drake

A somewhat surprising name is the current favourite to perform at the Super Bowl half-time show next year.

Kansas City Chiefs beat San Francisco 49ers 25-22 in overtime to win Super Bowl 58.

Patrick Mahomes and Co. successfully defended their Super Bowl crown, making it three NFL title wins in five years.

Despite the thrilling showdown in Las Vegas, Nevada, fans called out the Chiefs' win over the 49ers - describing it as 'rigged'.

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UK fans were also left in disbelief over a feature of the Super Bowl coverage.

As for the half-time show, Usher performed the illustrious gig, with Alicia Keys, Jermaine Dupri, H.E.R, will.i.am, Lil Jon and Ludacris making cameo appearances.

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Usher wasn't paid for his Super Bowl half-time show due to a long-standing rule.

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Ahead of next year's Super Bowl, there is already a clear favourite on who will perform at half-time.

Rapper Lil Wayne is the opening favourite to perform at the Super Bowl 59 half-time show ahead of Taylor Swift, who is going out with Chiefs' Travis Kelce, and Drake, according to Sportsbook Review.

Nicki Minaj, Frank Ocean, DJ Khaled and Justin Bieber, who was also in attendance last night, are among the other artists thought to be in the running to perform at Super Bowl 59.

Not to mention Miley Cyrus, Kelly Clarkson, Bad Bunny and Dua Lipa.

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Usher during his half-time show at Super Bowl 58. Image: Getty
Usher during his half-time show at Super Bowl 58. Image: Getty

Super Bowl 59 is set to take place at the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana, which is where Lil Wayne is from.

But the 41-year-old is a Green Bay Packers fan.

Cyrus, however, opened as the favourite to perform at Super Bowl 58 before Usher was eventually chosen.

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He sang 'Caught Up', 'U Don't Have To Call', 'Lovers And Friends' and 'Love In This Club' before Keys entered the stage.

She played her solo song 'If I Ain't Got You' before Usher held her close for their duet 'My Boo'.

Usher then transitioned to 'Nice & Slow' following an appearance from Dupri before singing 'Let It Burn'.

H.E.R struck the opening chords of 'Bad Girl' before will.i.am joined in for 'OMG'.

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Usher ended the show with 'Yeah'.

Featured Image Credit: Getty

Topics: NFL, Super Bowl

Nasir Jabbar
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