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The Protest Don’t Have Shit to Do with Chloe X Halle: They’re Performing!


The sister act, Chloe X Halle, will be performing at this year’s Super Bowl.

The news was announced via the website for the National Football League. On the website, the NFL confirms that the two sisters will sing “America the Beautiful.” On February 3, Chloe X Halle will join the list of esteemed predecessors, who sang that song in past years.

The list of those who’ve sang the song before include: Vicki Carr, Ray Charles, Mary J. Blige, Marc Anthony, Alicia Keys, Faith Hill, Queen Latifah, Lea Michele, Jennifer Hudson and Leslie Odom, Jr.

Along with their act, the NFL has also confirmed that Maroon 5, Big Boi, Travis Scott, and Gladys Knight will be serenading the crowd also.

Though it’s a big playing field, it isn’t the first time the Atlanta-bred duo will be performing live for such a big audience. They previously sang the National Anthem for the 2017 NFL Draft. In addition, they just finished wrapping up their time on the road with Beyonce and Jay-Z. Chloe X Halle were the opening acts for their On the Run II Tour.

Thoughts? Shoul Chloe X halle respect the protest against the NFL and not perform? Share your thoughts with a comment.

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