Usher reveals his kids have given him notes ahead of Super Bowl performance
Usher has revealed that his kids have given him notes ahead of his Super Bowl halftime performance.
During an appearance on an episode of The Talk on Thursday, the 45-year-old R&B icon said that his children have been giving him notes to help him prepare for his performance in Las Vegas on Sunday.
In the episode, Usher was asked if his children - sons Usher Raymond, 16, Naviyd, 15, and Sire, two, and daughter Sovereign, three - would make an appearance on stage during his halftime show.
"They will be around," he replied. "Maybe for tour, but no."
"I've been receiving tons of notes from Naviyd," the Yeah! singer shared. "Usher, he gave me a couple of notes. He gave me a few songs he felt like I should definitely cut, songs I should keep."
Usher then joked that, unlike his sons, his daughter was too busy to have any input into the set list.
"Sovereign? She actually was too busy shooting videos, you know what I mean?" the performer quipped, referring to his latest music video featuring the three-year-old. "She's a superstar now."
Usher shares Naviyd and Usher with his ex-wife Tameka Foster, while he has Sovereign and Sire with his longtime girlfriend Jennifer Goicoechea.
The musician was announced as the Super Bowl halftime act in September last year.
"It's an honour of a lifetime to finally check a Super Bowl performance off my bucket list," he said in a statement at the time. "I can't wait to bring the world a show unlike anything else they've seen from me before."
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