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Super Bowl 2024: Kansas City Chiefs win big and Usher dazzles on stage

Super Bowl LVIII was full of cinematic moments as the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers in a stunning come-from-behind victory and Usher performed a medley of his biggest hits during the halftime show. From the scoreboard and commercials to the Taylor Swift sightings and special guests during Usher’s performance, here's a rundown of all the nail-biting moments and subtle details you may have missed from the game.

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Super Bowl 2024: Kansas City Chiefs win big and Usher dazzles on stage
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    SUPER BOWL CHAMPIONS… AGAIN

    The Chiefs raised the Vince Lombardi Trophy after a thrilling game against the 49ers, which they won 25-22 during overtime. It was also the Chiefs' chance to win back-to-back Super Bowls — joining only a handful of teams to do so.

    The Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers 25 to 22 in Super Bowl LVIII

    The Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers 25 to 22 in Super Bowl LVIII

    THE HALFTIME SHOW

    Usher's Super Bowl halftime show had it all: a setlist stuffed with hit songs, special guests, outfit changes, slick choreography, and even roller skating.

    ALL EYES ON TAYLOR SWIFT

    Taylor Swift and her posse of celebrity friends cheered on Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs. Swift, who was performing the night before in Tokyo as part of her "Eras Tour," flew to Las Vegas to support Kelce.

    FAMOUS FACES

    Football stars and Taylor Swift weren't the only A-listers making headlines at the Super Bowl.

    Every celebrity and tech exec spotted at the Super Bowl, from Taylor Swift to Elon Musk

    Every celebrity and tech exec spotted at the Super Bowl, from Taylor Swift to Elon Musk

    Dozens of celebrities and tech executives descended upon the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas to catch the Super Bowl between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

    MEMORABLE ADS

    Every year, brands try to outwit each other off the field with their Super Bowl commercials – and this year was no exception.

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