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INDIANAPOLIS – Two more performers have been announced for the upcoming NBA All-Star Game in Indianapolis, and one is a famous Hoosier.

R&B artist Babyface will be singing the National Anthem before the game on February 18th.  Babyface – real name Kenneth Edmonds – was born in Indianapolis in 1959.

The producer and songwriter has won 13 Grammys throughout his career, and is known for hits like “Whip Appeal,” “Every Time I Close My Eyes,” and “When Can I See You.”

It was also revealed Wednesday that Academy-Award winner Jennifer Hudson will be headlining the game’s halftime show.

Hudson first got her start as a contestant on “American Idol,” before going on to win an Oscar for her work in the 2006 film “Dreamgirls.”  She has also received an Emmy, Grammys, and a Tony, making her a rare EGOT winner.

The 73rd NBA All-Star Game will tip off at 8 p.m. at Gainbridge Fieldhouse.

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