Should have left the singing to Usher – Kelce breaks into song after big win, Swift looks mortified

With his pop princess beaming from the sidelines, Travis Kelce invoked the King after nailing nine catches for 93 yards, propelling the Kansas City Chiefs to their Super Bowl LVIII 25-22 overtime win.

As confetti rained down on him, and with the Vince Lombardi Trophy firmly in hand, Kelce shouted, “Chiefs Kindom!” as the crowd roared.

“We’ve been fighting for our right all day,” Kelce screamed. “How about a little ‘Viva Las Vegas!'”

While his soul may well have been on fire, the tight end’s singing skills left something to be desired.

On X, football fans were still furious at Kelce for shoving the Chief’s head coach, Andy Reid, who took him off the field

His screeching Elvis impersonation did little to smooth things over:

“The 1st thing Travis Kelce SHOULD HAVE done instead of singing ‘Viva Las Vegas’ (really bad btw) is apologize to his HC Andy Reid for man handling him on the sidelines during the Super Bowl,”  one user stated.

Luckily, Kelce wasn’t the only singer at the Super Bowl.

A roller-skating, costume-changing, eight-time Grammy-winning Usher took the field for a star-studded halftime show.

True to form, Usher’s choreography was nothing short of stunning.

Superstar Alicia Keyes was on hand for a bit of “My Boo.”

And hip hop fans were blown away by Usher’s reunion with rappers Lil Jon and Ludacris, who collaborated with Usher on “Yeah!” in 2004.

“Usher, Lil Jon, and Ludacris being together again literally felt like the Avengers assembling for the first time in a decade,” one user on X exclaimed.

Dom Lucre called it a “major day for all of Atlanta and Hip-Hop fans alike.”

“What a way to celebrate Black History Month!” he wrote. “Great show.”

Rounding out the guest list was R&B singer and songwriter, H.E.R., who took the Allegiant Stadium to church with a showstopping guitar solo.

“Usher owned the stage at the Super Bowl halftime show!” one X user declared. “The energy, the moves, pure perfection.”

Melissa Fine


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