Watch Usher Sing “There Goes My Baby” to Doja Cat and Give Dr. Dre His Flowers at Las Vegas Show

The singer is getting ready to take the stage during the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show in February.

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Usher had a grand old time turning up with Doja Cat and Dr. Dre, who were his latest special guests at his popular Las Vegas residency show. 

On Friday night, the eight-time Grammy Award winner took the stage once again at the Dolby Live indoor amphitheater at the Park MGM for an electrifying performance. As he usually does throughout this residency, Usher took the show to the audience where he spotted two special celeb guests. 

The first was legendary producer Dr. Dre, to whom Usher gave his "flowers" to with a medley of some of the West Coast native's greatest hits including, "Still D.R.E." and "The Next Episode." While Usher was rapping along to the song, Dre stood up and joined him in the fun as the audience cheered them on. 

"THE West Coast Legend @drdre was in the house so U know I had to give him his flowers !! 🙌🏾," Usher wrote in the caption of his post detailing the moment.

Usher shows love to Dr. Dre in Vegas 🤝

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But that wasn't all. Doja Cat was another guest that Usher approached in the audience, and he took it upon himself to sing his 2010 classic "There Goes My Baby" to her, which she got a kick out of. The 28-year-old wasted no time getting out of her seat and dancing with Usher as the song played throughout the venue.

Usher serenades Doja Cat with “There Goes My Baby” during his Las Vegas residency.

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Last month, Usher realized he couldn't sing to every celebrity guest at his residency. During the first show of his La Seine Musicale residency in Boulogne-Billancourt, France, Usher stopped himself from singing to Gabrielle Union, who was there with her husband, three-time NBA champion Dwayne Wade. 

"Let's not get carried away," Usher said. "Y'know, this is Dwyane Wade—I ain't crazy! That man will knock my whole head off and then dunk it." In the clip, Wade is seen laughing as the two embraced each other.

"So happy to see you," Usher said.

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