Rihanna Takes Over the Super Bowl with Pregnancy Announcement and Hit-Packed Performance

At the State Farm Arena in Glendale, Arizona, where the Philadelphia Eagles played the Kansas City Chiefs, Rihanna put on a spectacular performance, entertaining the audience with some of her biggest hits. The show was filled with energetic dancing and singing, including “We Found Love,” “Where Have You Been,” “Diamonds,” and “Work.”

Rihanna Rocks the Super Bowl with High-Flying Half-Time Show

During her performance, Rihanna teased the audience with a pregnancy announcement, causing a buzz on social media. She opened her jacket and gently touched her stomach, which fueled speculation about her being expecting. The singer’s representative later confirmed the news.

Rihanna Brings the Heat with Hit-Filled Performance at State Farm Arena

The show was one of the most highly-anticipated music events of the year and Rihanna started it off by suspended high above the stadium, dressed in a red outfit. The 13-minute performance, her first live show in seven years, was a hit with the audience and included some of her greatest hits like “Umbrella,” “Diamonds,” “We Found Love,” and “Rude Boy.”

Celebrities Come Out in Full Force for Super Bowl LIV and Rihanna’s Halftime Show

Rihanna, who already has a nine-month-old son with rapper A$AP Rocky, mentioned before the event that motherhood has given her the confidence to take on the world. The 34-year-old’s show was the highlight of one of the best Super Bowls ever, and the stands were filled with famous faces, including Jay-Z, ASAP Rocky, Sir Paul McCartney, Billie Eilish, Cher, Adele, LeBron James and many more.

Rihanna Takes Over the Super Bowl with Pregnancy Announcement and Hit-Packed Performance
Rihanna Takes Over the Super Bowl with Pregnancy Announcement and Hit-Packed Performance

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