Rihanna reveals pregnancy during Super Bowl halftime performance

Rihanna reveals pregnancy during Super Bowl halftime performance

Rihanna’s second pregnancy was confirmed with a stunning performance at Super Bowl halftime. Singer reveals baby bump in clingy red costume just nine months after giving birth to a son.

Rihanna and A$AP Rocky share their first child, born on May 13, 2022. Despite keeping their family life private, the singer confirms pregnancy during a Super Bowl halftime performance. No name for their child has been revealed by the musicians.

In a recent interview last week, the singer was asked if there would be any potential surprises at Arizona’s State Farm Stadium.

“I’m thinking about bringing someone,” “I’m not sure, we’ll see.”


With a successful career filled with collaborations, fans assumed guest appearances from artists such as Jay-Z, Drake, or Eminem to continue the tradition of surprise duets

However, their absence did not matter. At that moment, everyone’s focus was fully directed towards a distinctive and highly noticeable special visitor who had arrived.

Rihanna paired a red suit with chunky trainers and descended onto the field to join a group of white-clad dancers. She kept her dancing moves to a minimum while letting the backup dancers pick up the slack.

Rihanna stuck to the classics during her Super Bowl halftime performance and wowed the crowd with 12 hit songs. The audience went wild as she transitioned into “Where Have You Been” and performed “Only Girl (In The World)).

We Found Love, Rude Boy and her hit Work followed, though her collaborator Drake wasn’t featured on the later song. She continued with Wild Thoughts and Pour It Up.

The hitmaker made some controversial song choices, including an excerpt of her verse from the rapper Kanye West’s All Of The Lights, and she also performed part of Jay-Z’s Run This Town, which also featured West in its original version.

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Which songs did Rihanna perform?


1. Better Have My Money

2. Where Have You Been

3. Only Girl (In The World)

4. We Found Love

5. Rude Boy

6. Work

7. Wild Thoughts

8. Birthday Cake (instrumental) / Pour It Up

9. All of the Lights

10. Run This Town

11. Umbrella

12. Diamonds

Meanwhile, the annual jokes about the culture clash between pop music fans and sports fans were in full swing on social media, with Rihanna even embracing them herself.

Ahead of the show, her clothing label manufactured T-shirts with the slogan: “Rihanna concert interrupted by a football game. Weird but whatever.” Model Cara Delevingne was among the attendees sporting one on Sunday.

It may not have grabbed the headlines for the reasons fans were expecting, but Rihanna delivered a half-time show they will never forget.

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