Usher Brings The Party In New Las Vegas Residency | Celebrity Page

Fans are fallin' in love with Usher all over again!


Summer just got that much hotter... thanks to Usher.

The singer-songwriter kicked off his Vegas debut as the first entertainer to launch a new residency in the COVID-19 pandemic.

By sharing the same home as other legendary entertainers, Usher revealed his creative process with Rachel Smith.

"I wanted to draw from the well that is here and understand what the expectation for a Vegas show is. So I went, and I saw what I felt may potentially have been missing," Usher said.

Usher's show was a proud moment for both the superstar and the audience, especially after a year of not performing.

"I haven't seen a live audience like this in a year, literally. This pandemic has taught me to appreciate, acknowledge, [and] really praise the people that make it even possible to begin with. This is my passion and I only hope they love it as much as I do."

With back-to-back sold out shows, Usher's Vegas residency is already a hit. His show features music spanning his 20-year career in the industry. Plus, the star is bringing out the sexy moves for a memorable night in Sin City.

"There's moments in there that get a little risque. You should bring a girlfriend or your girlfriends, and y'all have a good time."

Usher's new residency is happening now through early 2022 at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Tickets are available here.

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