The star of the 2023 Super Bowl was already confirmed on September 25.
Set for February 12, Rihanna will be the next artist to perform at State Farm Stadium in Giendale, Arizona, in front of approximately 64,000 attendees during halftime of the highly anticipated and globally watched soccer game.
Currently, the Super Bowl sporting event is undoubtedly the most watched and anticipated show, and it is a complete surprise to see the “Diamonds” singer make a return and starring appearance at this event after seven years of musical silence, except for her new musical release called “Lift Me Up”, released a few weeks ago to be part of Marvel’s new release, “Wakanda Forever”. However, Rihanna has assured that “I love making music, so I never neglect it. I always do it over and over again. It’s still my first love,” which could mean a definitive return of the artist to the industry.
Rihanna has confessed to feeling very nervous after the confirmation of her performance at the event, an announcement that was confirmed through her social networks, and has told TMZ that she is shuffling between 50 names of artists to collaborate in the show.
However, one of them has stood out above the rest, the famous singer Beyoncé, and many rumors were running about an alleged rivalry between the two goddesses of the music world. However, in the same interview for TMZ, Rihanna has argued that “Beyoncé has the body. That would simply be a triumph for me”, making the public understand that it is a false rivalry and pointing out the desire she has to work hand in hand with the American singer-songwriter.
Among the other names on the artist’s list are David Bisbal and the father of her son A$AP Rocky, among others.