Rihanna Delivers A Special Super Bowl Halftime Show Performance
The Fenty Beauty founder promised that it will be special and, indeed, it was.
●13th February 2023
Rihanna’s Super Bowl Halftime show that happened on February 12th was an event that was highly-anticipated by the whole world. The Fenty Beauty founder promised that it will be special and, indeed, it was.
The global megastar previously appeared during the official Apple Music Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show Press Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, on Thursday to engage in an interview with Apple Music Radio host, Nadeska Alexis, to discuss her excitement at returning to the stage, all the hardwork and preparation that has been focused on the show holding on to her core values, the challenges of crafting a 13-minute setlist spanning her 17-year-career, the importance of representation, work-life balance, and her next musical chapter.
Rihanna engaged everyone in an enjoyable recollection of her hit songs such as “We Found Love,” “Where Have You Been,” “Diamonds,” and “Work”. To conclude, she crowned the night with a pleasantly shocking implication of a pregnancy — one that comes nine months after the birth of her first child.
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