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The halftime show at the Super Bowl is known as a show not to be missed, and this year too it provided a lot of interest.
The veteran HR singer who performed at halftime of the NFL League finals, in the game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs, drove the crowd crazy on the field - and at home.
The 45-year-old Asher performed his best hits from the beginning of the 2000s for 13 minutes, when at the climax of the spectacular show - which included a stage full of dancers and dancers - he hosted the singer Alicia Keys, who unexpectedly appeared with a red grand piano and with whom he performed, among other things, their biggest hit from twenty years ago - My Boo to the cheers of the crowd.
Asher later hosted other musicians, including Jermaine Dupri, Ludacris, Lil Jon and DJ Snake.
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Asher and Alicia Keys/GettyImages Ezra Shaw halftime show
Asher/GettyImages Lauren Leigh Bacho halftime show
And there was also tonight's sport: the Kansas City Chiefs became the first team since 2005 to win two consecutive Super Bowls, after a 22:25 victory over San Francisco with a McCall Hardman touchdown three seconds into overtime, in a particularly dramatic Super Bowl in Las Vegas.
San Francisco dominated the first half, threatening to close the story, and the Chips managed to stay on their feet, bend and not break.
They tied with three seconds left in regulation, won in overtime and the effort paid off as they became the first team since New England in the 2003-2004 seasons to win two consecutive titles.
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