The Grammy-winning singer and actress donned an oversize single-breasted blazer featuring bold shoulders along with pleated trousers, adding on a pair of matching suede mules. She also accessorized with large gold hoops and layered rings.
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Day wore her auburn braids in a side-parted half-updo, while her makeup featured bold black eyeliner and pink-nude lips.
The singer and actress was styled by Wouri Vice, who’s also known for dressing stars like H.E.R. and Issa Rae.
The Super Bowl isn’t the only recent sporting event where Day has performed. Along with Kylie Minogue and J Balvin, she also took the stage at the opening ceremony of Formula 1 Grand Prix in November. For the occasion, Day donned a red and black David Koma ensemble while performing a cover of “Come Together.”
“Lift Every Voice and Sing” is considered the Black national anthem. Originally a poem penned by by civil rights leader James Weldon Johnson in 1899, it was later set to music by Johnson’s brother, John Rosamond Johnson.
“Lift Every Voice and Sing” has been included ahead of the Super Bowl since 2021. It was previously sung by Alicia Keys and “Abbott Elementary” star Sheryl Lee Ralph.
The Kansas City Chiefs will face off against the San Francisco 49ers at the 57th annual Super Bowl, held in Las Vegas. Usher will headline this year’s halftime show.
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