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While several celebrities have already been announced for NBA All-Star Weekend in Cleveland next week, "Another One" has been added to the list. On Wednesday, the league announced that DJ Khaled will headline the performances at NBA All-Star Saturday Night at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse on Feb. 19.
A Grammy Award-winning artist, Khaled has become as well known for his outsized personality on social media as he has his best-selling compilation albums. His most recent album, 2021's "Khaled Khaled" features the likes of Drake, Lil Wayne, Lil Baby, Cardi B, Migos, Post Malone, Megan Thee Stallion, DaBaby, Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake, Nas and Jay-Z.
While the 46-year-old Khaled will serve as the headlining act, he won't be the only artist to perform at NBA All-Star Saturday Night, which will also feature the Skills Competition, 3-Point Contest and Dunk Contest. The rest of Saturday's musical lineup will be announced on TNT at 7 p.m. ET on Wednesday.
Additionally on Wednesday, the NBA announced the rosters for its annual Celebrity Game, which will be played at Cleveland's Wolstein Center on Friday, Feb. 18. The rosters, which will be coached by NBA legends Bill Walton and Dominque Wilkins, include:
- Jimmie Allen (singer, songwriter)
- Brittney Elena (host, actress, athlete and model)
- Machine Gun Kelly (singer, songwriter)
- Tiffany Haddish (comedian, actress and author)
- Dearica Hamby (Las Vegas Aces forward)
- Nyjah Huston (Olympian, professional skateboarder)
- Matt James (ABC’s The Bachelor)
- Quavo (rapper, recording artist)
- Ranveer Singh (actor)
- Anderson Varejao (Cleveland Cavaliers legend)
- Anuel AA (rapper)
- Mayor Justin Bibb (Mayor of Cleveland)
- Kane Brown (singer, songwriter)
- Myles Garrett (Cleveland Browns defensive end)
- Booby Gibson (Cleveland Cavaliers legend)
- Jack Harlow (rapper, recording artist)
- Crissa Jackson (Harlem Globetrotters player)
- Anjali Ranadivé (singer, songwriter)
- Gianmarco Tamberi (Olympic high jump champion)
- Alex Toussaint (Peloton instructor)