keke palmer 2 elle*KeKe Palmer is set to sing the National Anthem before the celebrity NBA All-Star game on Friday, Feb. 13, 2015, according to Essence.

The 2015 Super Bowl is over, and now folks are talking about the NBA All-Star game. Besides Palmer singing the National Anthem,  celebrity players and coaches have been announced for the game.

Spike Lee is remaining as a director for the game. Only this time he is directing as a coach on the court instead of a movie set, according to ABC News.

The New York Knicks fan and “Do the Right Thing” director’s team includes celebrities Anthony Anderson, Common, Kevin Hart and Mo’ne Davis.

Palmer isn’t the only performer signed up the All-Star game. The band Magic!, known for their single, “Rude,” will perform during halftime.