- Usher and Alicia Keys shared a stage during his halftime show at the Super Bowl
- The pair performed their classic song, My Boo, and their on-stage chemistry had social media buzzing
- Peeps' eyebrows were raised at Usher and Alicia's cosiness, and they suspected that there was more to their relationship
Usher and Alicia Keys reunited on stage to perform their classic duet, My Boo. Not only did the song heat up the Super Bowl halftime show, but their chemistry and on-stage cosiness had spectators and netizens feeling the heat - get a room?
Usher and Alicia Keys perform at the Super Bowl
Usher has been building anticipation for his Super Bowl halftime show for months, and delivered the show of his life!
Coming from an album release, the singer performed some of his classics, including YEAH, Let It Burn (with help from H.E.R), as well as his Alicia Keys-assisted song, My Boo, which had netizens raving:
Peeps react to Usher and Alicia Keys' performance
Oh, social media is going nuts over Usher and Alicia's on-stage chemistry, with some saying Swizz Beatz needed to have a word with Mr. Raymond.
The singer was in a similar situation after a video of himself and another lady getting steamy on the dance floor started circulating. The woman was suspected of being South African disc jockey DJ Zinhle.
"If you watch it back, she was walking away trying to perform but Usher kept closing the space in a swift manner!"
"I swear Usher is playing into the rumours that he steals everyone's woman."
"Usher is a menace!"
"This is some of your girlfriends at work with her 'best friend.'"
"That's why you don’t let your wife go to an Usher concert."
AbraCaiazza sympathised with Swizz:
"My heart goes out to Mr. Beatz."
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Source: Briefly News