VIDEO: 2011 NBA All-Star Game Halftime Show: Kanye West, Drake Join Rihanna

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Kanye West stole the show at the NBA All-Star Game halftime show, but not in the usual Kanye way. Taking the stage in pants that made Chris Paul's jersey look spacious, West, along with Rihanna and a live horn section, tore through "All of the Lights" as the stage lit up like Hype Williams' video for the song. Everything else, besides Rihanna's quads, was eh.

That pic and this video both via @jose3030:

Rihanna opened her set with a string ensemble'd version of "Umbrella," during which we were reminded again that Rihanna might be the world's worst singer who never gets called a bad singer.

No, I'm not saying she's a bad singer. I'm just saying, plenty of people who are far better singers than her get called bad singers. Moving on.

Clothes came off for "Only Girl in the World," Rihanna's lower body was aggressively showcased during "Rude Boy," and Drake made an appearance during "What's My Name" that I only remembered because I wrote down that he was there.

This halftime show involved Drake, but it also featured Kanye, Rihanna's quads, and no Black Eyed Peas, so we can feel free to call it a success.

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