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Here's how to watch Usher's Super Bowl LVIII halftime show in the UK

Here's how to watch Usher's Super Bowl LVIII halftime show in the UK

Ok, we’ll admit it, up until recently we didn’t know much about the NFL (that all changed thanks to Taylor and Travis), but one thing we have always been clued up on is the Super Bowl halftime show. From Rihanna’s pregnancy reveal last year, to J.Lo and Shakira’s duet, to Katy Perry dancing with sharks, it’s always a cultural moment to remember. But where exactly can we watch it in the UK? And what time do we need to stay up to?

This year's halftime show for the Super Bowl LVIII on 11th February is already shaping out to be an iconic one already given that its headliner is the one and only Usher—aka one of the only musicians so freakin' big that his stage name is legit one word (hi @ Beyoncé, Madonna, and Cher!)

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Now, if you're reading this and asking yourself questions like "Where can I tune in?" and "What time can I catch the halftime show?" don't fret! We've curated a handy dandy list of absolutely everything you need to know about how to watch the Super Bowl LVIII halftime show here in the UK.

How can I watch the Super Bowl LVIII halftime show in the UK?

Good news everyone, the Super Bowl LVIII is going to be shown live on ITV1 and ITVX on 11th February 2024, starting at 10:45pm to (get ready) 4am, with presenters Craig Doyle, former NFL player Jason Bell and two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora guiding us through all the action.

And if you're a Sky Sports customer, coverage will also be showing on the Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Mix, Sky Sports Showcase and Sky Sports NFL.

You can also watch the game, and the iconic Super Bowl adverts with an NFL Game Pass on DAZN for just 99p.

SIGN UP HERE FOR A DAZN PASS HERE

When is the Super Bowl LVIII halftime show?

This year’s Super Bowl is happening on Sunday 11th February with the kickoff taking place at 11:30pm GMT.

Now, if we take into account all of the pre-game festivities and the fact that most football quarters last about 30 to 40 minutes (yes we did have to Google this), we can expect the halftime show to get underway sometime around 1am GMT in the morning of 12th February. So if you want to watch Usher, we strongly recommend a few more coffees to get you through the day.

P.S. Typically, halftime shows last between 12 and 15 minutes, so do whatever you have to do and make sure you're glued to your screen for Usher's entire performance!

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