The people have chosen the next Super Bowl Halftime Show headliner, Rihanna

The people have chosen the next Super Bowl Halftime Show headliner, Rihanna ...

Rihanna is still riding the high heels of her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance – not to mention the revelation of her second pregnancy – but the people are already discussing who they want to headline next year's game. This is show business, baby. Things move fast.

One singer's name has risen to the top of the consideration pile on Twitter, and it's none other than Usher, the R&B legend.

Prince, Michael Jackson, Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, The Rolling Stones, Jennifer Lopez, and Shakira would join the ranks of world-class entertainers, including many from the city of Las Vegas from 2021 to 2022.

Only a few appear to believe that the R&B singer has enough commercial pop songs to entice the thousands of people who are watching live and millions more who are watching from home.

Naturally, this sparked a less-than-pleased reaction from fans who have been tuning out to his songs since the early 2000s. Many of which are, indeed, pop

One Twitter user even created a "hot sheet" of Usher's nine number-one hits, 16 top-five hits, and every other song he's become well-known for in his 29-year musical career.

“Yeah,” “DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love,” “OMG,” “My Boo” “Without You,” “Caught Up,” and others. These songs alone would provide a decent amount of content for a 12- to 15-minute set, which typically includes at least 10 songs.

One Twitter user lauded The Weekend in a retaliatory way. If the former did, Usher would be more than capable of directing the big game. Sure, The Weekend's songs lend themselves to the pop genre somewhat better than some of Usher's.

The main takeaway from all of this is twofold. Firstly, we may have just discovered our next headliner for the Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show. Secondly, don't come for Usher lovers.