NBA All-Star game 2024: who will perform at the half-time show?

With the 73rd NBA All-Star Game 2024 just around the corner, the buzz for the event is rising to a fever pitch. The NBA is disclosing more and more information regarding the All-Star weekend at a steady rate, addressing a lot of fan queries.

One such query is who will perform at the NBA All-Star Game halftime show. Just like the Super Bowl halftime show, the NBA sifts through a star-studded list of celebrities to select the best-positioned performer to grace the All-Star event. Let’s dive in for more details on the glamorous weekend on the hardwood in Indianapolis.

Who will perform at 2024 NBA All-Star game halftime show?

For the 2024 NBA All-Star game halftime show, Jennifer Hudson has been selected to steal the spotlight at Gainbridge Fieldhouse. The two-time Grammy Award winner will take center stage on 18th February to perform at the halftime show of the game that marks the 20th All-Star appearance for LeBron James.

However, Jennifer’s participation will not be limited to singing only. Fans will catch a glimpse of the Academy Award winner in action with other celebrities in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game to honor her late brother’s memory, as the singer revealed in her show.

The “Dreamgirls” actress is no stranger to the NBA All-Star scene, having previously caused a ripple among the audience with her tribute to the late Kobe Bryant in 2020. 13-time Grammy Award winner Babyface will perform the U.S. national anthem at the event with Canadian singer Charlotte Cardin singing the Canadian national anthem.

T-Pain and Zedd will also be seen at the NBA Crossover Concert Series on February 16. Lil Wayne, Keith Urban, Walker Hayes, Coco Jones, the Brothers Footman and Kyra Daniels are slated to perform throughout the weekend as well. Wrapping all up is Adam Blackstone who will serve as the Musical Director for the star-studded batch of performers in “Railroad City” at the 2024 NBA All-Star weekend event.

Who are the participants in NBA All-Star Celebrity game?

The NBA All-Star weekend kicks off on February 16 at 12:30 P.M. ET at Gainbridge Fieldhouse with the Panini Rising Stars practice. At 7 P.M., the star cast of the Ruffles NBA All-Star Celebrity Game will take the LED court at Lucas Oil Stadium. The two rosters have already been revealed, with former Broncos TE Shannon Sharpe coaching the team named after him.

Sharpe is flanked by 2-time Super Bowl winner Eli Manning and rap icon Curtis James Jackson, widely known as 50 Cent. The line up for team Shannon consists of Anuel AA, Kai Cenat, Conor Daly, Walker Hayes, Quincy Isaiah, Jewell Loyd, Micah Parsons, Lilly Singh, Sir and Dylan Wang. The opponents will be coached by Shannon Sharpe’s FirstTake buddy Stephen A. Smith and A’Ja Wilson.

Rapper Lil Wayne will fill the role of assistant coach for team Stephen A. One of the celebs filling their arsenal is Jennifer Hudson. She’ll be accompanied by Adam Blackstone, Natasha Cloud, Tristan Jass, AJ McLean, Kwame Onwuachi, Metta World Peace, Jack Ryan, CJ Stroud, and Gianmarco Tamberi.

With everything in place, fans excitedly wait for the All-Star weekend to kickoff with celebrities and pros from all walks of like. Talk about a mixed crowd, this surely is one!


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