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From the field, Justin Bieber raps alongside Eminem at the Super Bowl


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Was Justin Bieber auditioning for a future Super Bowl Halftime Show, or was he just having a good time during the SBLV Halftime Show? In any case, Justin, 27, was seen in tears when it was Eminem’s turn to perform. Justin Bieber was caught on camera rapping along to “Lose Yourself” on the field at SoFi Stadium, and he nailed every line. It was incredible, and Justin seemed to enjoy every second of it.


Justin Bieber (née Baldwin) and his wife, Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin), were photographed earlier in the night sitting next to Kendall Jenner and her companion for the night, Devin Booker. The couple dressed down in athleisure, allowing for spontaneous dance breaks throughout the night. These four celebrities were among the many celebrities who attended the Los Angeles Rams’ game against the Cincinnati Bengals at the Los Angeles Stadium. Dr. Dre, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, and Kendrick Lamar (along with a surprise appearance by 50 Cent and Anderson.Paak) performed in the halftime show for the celebrities.


Eminem speaks with Sway Calloway on SiriusXM’s Shade 45 podcast about his approach heading into the Super Bowl Halftime Event ahead of the halftime show. “To me, there’s nothing more final than live television,” Slim Shady stated, noting that he felt under pressure to perform well on one of the world’s largest stages. Em described the Super Bowl Halftime Show as “f-king nerve-wracking,” adding that “if you f-ck up, your f-ck up is there for the rest of your life.” Em also revealed how Dr. Dre approached him about doing the Halftime Show. 

He explained, “I was trying to imagine what Dre may do.” “I was thinking to myself, ‘Yeah, it’ll be awesome if we all rap together,’ right?” And things like that, but I didn’t expect the production to be as good as it was. So, the first time I saw [sic] it, I was kind of swept away. It’s just different once you see it.” Mary J. Blige also gave fans a little peek into what they might expect, saying Zane Lowe that this is going to be a show that people will talk about for years. “Oh my God, the rehearsals. “Everyone wants to be a fan, and everyone wants to run down the aisle and see each other perform,” she explained.


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