NFL Announces All-Star Lineup For Super Bowl LVII

The NFL on Tuesday announced an all-star lineup of performers scheduled to appear at Super Bowl LVII, including eight-time Grammy winner Chris Stapleton, who is set to sing the national anthem.

Other performers include Babyface, a twelve-time Grammy winner who will sing “America the Beautiful,” while Emmy-award winner and Golden Globe-nominate Sheryl Lee Ralph has been picked to sing “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” also known as the black national anthem.

Your Super Bowl LVII Pregame Lineup – @ChrisStapleton @babyface @thesherylralph

You won’t want to miss it. 19 days to go.

📺: #SBLVII — Sunday, Feb. 12 on FOX pic.twitter.com/0vjJALymeG

— NFL (@NFL) January 24, 2023

Stapleton, known for hit songs like “Tennessee Whiskey,” shared the news with his 1.8 million followers on Instagram that he would perform on the world’s biggest stage.

Babyface also tweeted how “truly excited and honored” he was to perform at the big game in Glendale, Arizona, next month.

Truly excited and honored to perform America the Beautiful at Super Bowl LVII and to be a part of this pregame lineup.  @NFL @NFLonFOX @RocNation 📺: #SBLVII pic.twitter.com/A5LVW4isjF

— Babyface (@babyface) January 24, 2023

Ralph, a 66-year-old known for her work on the ABC sitcom Abbott Elementary, tweeted her excitement to her hundreds of thousands of followers.

“Someone wake me up from this dream!” Ralph tweeted.

Someone wake me up from this dream! I’ll be singing Lift Every Voice and Sing at Super Bowl LVII – See you there. @nfl @nflonfox @rocnation 📺: #SBLVII 2.12.23 on FOX pic.twitter.com/mo31Zz8HdC

— sheryl lee ralph (@thesherylralph) January 24, 2023

The line-up last year for Super Bowl LVI in Inglewood, California, included artist Mickey Guyton, who sang the national anthem; R&B hitmaker Jhené Aiko, who performed “America the Beautiful”; and the gospel duo Mary Mary, who sang “Lift Every Voice and Sing” as they were accompanied by the L.A. Philharmonic’s Youth Orchestra.

It was previously announced that Rihanna would headline the halftime show following last year’s star-studded performance from Dr. Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar.

Super Bowl LVII is set to take place on February 12.

Related: Stephen A. Smith Apologizes For Saying Rihanna ‘Ain’t No Beyoncé’ Ahead Of Super Bowl Performance

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