When Rihanna performed at the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday, she was expecting her second child.
Rihanna is expecting a baby once again
Shortly after the singer’s 13-minute performance at Super Bowl 57 came to a conclusion, her agent announced the pregnancy. She sang many classics, including “We Found Love,” “Diamonds,” and “Work,” at the halftime between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. At moments, she hovered high.
A flurry of social media rumors that she could be expecting again was sparked by the baby bulge that was apparent through the tight garments she was wearing underneath her baggy red jumpsuit.
Rapper A$AP Rocky and Rihanna, 34, have a 9-month-old kid together.
Rihanna admitted at her media preview on Thursday that she was originally hesitant to accept the challenge of performing when only three months away from giving birth and questioned if she should be making such important decisions at this time. This could be a mistake.
But something occurs when you become a mother that makes you feel like you can take on the world and do anything, according to Rihanna. One of the largest stages in the world is the Super Bowl. There’s something thrilling about the challenge of it all, as terrifying as it was given that it had been seven years since I had performed on stage.
Rihanna claimed that she had to devise a way to squeeze some of her biggest songs into her 13-minute performance.
The most difficult part, according to her, was the setlist. “That was the most difficult part. This presentation will be about choosing how to celebrate while still making the most of 13 minutes. The finest way we could have put it together, it will be a celebration of my catalog.
We Found Love, Work, Umbrella, and Disturbia are just a few of the 14 No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 songs that Rihanna, a nine-time Grammy Award winner, has to her credit.