Watch This School Teacher Teach Her Students A Cool Lesson On Usher Before His Super Bowl Performance

During the musically charged lesson, students received a crash course on the singer and learned the lyrics to some of his hit songs.

Everybody is anticipating Usher's grand moment at this year's Super Bowl, and one teacher is making sure her young students are not left behind.

Earlier this week, a cool video dropped on TikTok from a grade school teacher named Julie A on the app as she brought the classroom up to speed on the eight-time Grammy winner. In her lesson, the kids even rehearsed some of his tunes.

As the clip opened, Ms. Julie is seen standing at the front of her classroom as she pointed to a screen that had a picture of the "Good Good," singer. "This is Usher Raymond IV," she told her classroom. 

"The fourth what?' asked one of her students. After that, it appeared that Ms. Julie was in mere disbelief at the student's honest response.

Then, the lesson was taken up a chord when the class rehearsed the crooner's 2010 chart-topping single, "OMG."

They were captured singing on one accord to the tagline in the song, "Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh my gosh." Further into the lesson, the students rehearsed the first verse from Usher's hit song "U Don't Have to Call," from his 2001 album, "8701."

While most football fans will be predicting who will win the Vince Lombardi Trophy, Ms. Julie has bids in a different category.

"He might start with his shirt on, but he's definitely not going to end with one on," she said.

Ms. Julie, we agree with you. This brotha's shirt will certainly come off during his performance.

Usher will hit center stage during the Super Bowl Halftime Show on Sunday (Feb. 11).

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