John Legend To Headline 2017 NBA All-Star Game Halftime Show

Published: Monday 12th Dec 2016 by Rashad

With his latest album, ‘Darkness & Light,’ currently lighting up the Billboard charts, Grammy-winning singer John Legend is set to see his name in lights at the 2017 NBA All-Star Game’s Halftime Show, according to reports.

Sure to be crooning some of his biggest hits like ‘All of Me,’ ‘Ordinary People,’ and more, the prized pianist may seem an unlikely pick for the job.  But, if any of his show-stopping performances at award shows over the years are any indication, viewers will be in for a treat.

Details inside:

“…[John Legend] is slated to be the halftime performer for the 66th NBA All-Star Game in New Orleans. [He] will provide the halftime entertainment at the All-Star Game on Sunday Feb. 9 at the Smoothie King Center.

Coverage of the game will begin at 8 p.m. ET on TNT.” (source)

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  1. Mo December 12, 2016

    No .just no

  2. Remey December 12, 2016

    Let me first start by saying John Legend can sing. His voice is truly a gift. Now that that’s out the way….this was a terrible choice. John has always lacked presence- with his personality and his stage persona. Put bluntly- he’s boring. No. I’m not expecting him to shout, scream, or crank dat super man. However, he’s missing a spark. Think about it…who would you rather see on stage in terms of r&b males when compared to Tyrese, Usher, Robin Thicke, Tank…..

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