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Entertainment News: Usher Gives Up Sugar, Purple Rain Musical, KeKe's Award

Usher is gearing up for a show-stopping half-time performance at the upcoming Big Game, and he's making some significant lifestyle changes to ensure he's in top form. The Grammy-winning artist recently announced that he has bid farewell to "all sugar and alcohol" in preparation for the event. A close insider shared that Usher is committed to delivering the performance of a lifetime for the 100 million-plus viewers tuning in. Adding a personal touch, Usher's 14-year-old son Naviyd is taking on the role of musical director, curating the set list for the half-time show. This marks Usher's second appearance at the half-time show, but his first time headlining the event solo.

50 Cent has revealed his current commitment to celibacy in 2024. The rapper-turned-entrepreneur stated that he has monumental projects underway, and to concentrate on them fully, he's chosen abstinence. Sharing his focus on meditation and goal-setting, 50 Cent expressed his dedication to avoiding distractions. This prompts the question: has sex ever been a distraction for you? Would you consider giving it up to maintain focus on your goals?

Purple Rain, the iconic film and soundtrack by the late legend Prince, is making its way to Broadway four decades later as a musical. Titled "Purple Rain the Musical," the production centers around The Kid (young Prince), exploring his tumultuous home life, a discontented band, and his love interest. Are you excited about experiencing Purple Rain in a new format on Broadway?

A big congratulations to Keke Palmer for achieving a historic milestone. Keke has become the first black woman to be nominated and win the Emmy for Outstanding Host For A Game Show. This achievement follows in the footsteps of Meredith Viera, who secured this honor 15 years ago as the host of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. The competition this year included esteemed hosts Steve, Pat Sajak (Wheel of Fortune), Kim Jennings, and Mayim Bialik (Jeopardy).