Super Bowl LVIII Welcomes Variety with Deaf Artists in Pre-show Entertainment

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Super Bowl LVIII Embraces Inclusive Entertainment

The highly anticipated Super Bowl LVIII, slated for February 11 at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, promises special pregame entertainment featuring performances by deaf artists. We have received credible information from our sources regarding the involvement of artists, Daniel Durant, Anjel Piñero, and Shaheem Sanchez, facilitated through associations with the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) and LOVE SIGN, in collaboration with the NFL.

Highlighting Deaf Artists on the Prestigious Platform

Notably, Daniel Durant, widely known for his performance in the Academy Award contender ‘CODA’, will sign the national anthem in American Sign Language (ASL). He will perform in harmony with country music legend Reba McEntire’s voice. This arrangement indicates a significant advancement in the NFL’s commitment to diversity and inclusivity. Furthermore, Anjel Piñero, who gained recognition as a top 23 finalist at the Miss New York USA competition, will sign ‘America The Beautiful’, accompanied by the vocals of Post Malone. Adding to the roster, Shaheem Sanchez, lauded for his former partnerships with renowned singer Usher, will provide ASL interpretation for songs like ‘Lift Every Voice and Sing’ and deliver sign language interpretation for the halftime show headlined by Usher.

Innovative Children’s Broadcast through Nickelodeon

In an unprecedented move, there will be an alternative broadcast of Super Bowl LVIII on Nickelodeon. This innovative approach is aimed primarily at making the event accessible and enjoyable for young viewers. This surprising step marks the first occasion where the Super Bowl will be broadcasted on a network other than the regular channel. As usual, the game will also be available on CBS and can be streamed on Paramount+.

Encouraging Viewers to Join the Pregame Celebrations

The pregame celebrations are set to offer an unforgettable spectacle, and viewers are requested to join the broadcast before the official kickoff at 6:30 pm ET to avoid missing any part of these unique performances. The inclusion of deaf artists within the pregame entertainment is yet another testament to the NFL’s dedication to inclusivity, making sure that the Super Bowl continues to be a much-loved event that everyone can partake in.


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