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    Rihanna Says She’s Nervous But Excited to Perform in the Super Bowl

    Pop and R&B phenom Rihanna says she’s nervous but excited to perform in the Super Bowl. The ‘Love On the Brain’ singer recently told TMZ that she was feeling all of the feels ahead of her upcoming performance.

    When pressed for more details, she dodged questions about which guest performers would join her on stage. She did tease A$AP Rocky, her boyfriend and father of her child, though, giving fans a slight hope that they’ll see the two together onstage.

    Rihanna Says She’s Nervous But Excited To Perform In The Super Bowl

    Rihanna is preparing to take the stage for the Super Bowl, and she’s reportedly nervous but excited. In an interview with TMZ on Tuesday, the singer opened up about her nerves and how she feels ahead of her performance.

    TMZ caught up with Rihanna while she was shopping at Bristol Farms in Los Angeles and asked her how she felt about performing at the NFL’s biggest night. She said she was nervous but excited about it, adding that her partner A$AP Rocky might also be joining her on stage.

    The halftime show will mark Rihanna’s return to music after six years. She hasn’t released any new material since her 2016 album Anti.

    She was signed to Roc Nation, which produces the event, and is one of the most influential artists in the industry. Her exceptional abilities have earned her widespread acclaim, establishing her as a talent for the ages. Despite her modest origins, she consistently defies expectations, surpassing milestones with remarkable prowess. She’s a self-made businesswoman and has become one of the most prominent artists in the world.

    The Super Bowl Halftime Show

    The Super Bowl is a time for football fans and music lovers alike to come together. But it’s also a time for celebrities to hit the stage for a big performance.

    The halftime show at the Super Bowl has become a tradition that brings together some of the most talented and iconic performers in the world. This year, Rihanna will headline the show.

    However, she’s already feeling a bit nervous about her performance. TMZ recently approached her at Bristol Farms in Los Angeles and asked her how she was feeling, where she responded by saying that she’s “nervous but excited” to perform.

    Meanwhile, Roc Nation announced that the pop star would headline next year’s halftime show on Sunday (February 12) in Glendale, Arizona. The NFL and Apple Music both shared a video on social media that showed her holding an official NFL football.

    Rihanna’s Performance At The Super Bowl

    Rihanna is one of the biggest superstars in the world, with her hand in music, makeup, clothing and more. Despite not releasing a new album in the past six years, she continues to be a dominant force in popular culture, primarily due to her thriving ventures such as the Savage x Fenty lingerie line and her esteemed beauty empire. Since its inception in 2016, her collaboration with luxury goods giant LVMH has propelled her to the upper echelons of success and financial prosperity.

    As for her performance, it’s been reported that Rihanna is working on an elaborate setlist to make sure she delivers a memorable performance. It’s likely to feature a medley of her biggest hits, so fans can expect some major tunes from her back catalogue.

    In addition, it’s been rumored that she may have a few special guests join her on stage, including Kanye West, Jay-Z and Calvin Harris. However, no final decision has been made yet and there’s a chance that she could end her set on her own.

    Rihanna’s Super Bowl Performance

    Rihanna is one of the biggest superstars in music, and her Super Bowl halftime show will mark her return to the stage after a long break. She took a step back from music after her 2016 album Anti and focused on her business, which has made her America’s youngest self-made billionaire and allowed her to embrace new motherhood.

    This year, the Barbadian pop star will be representing her Caribbean community during the game, and she’s got a lot of hits to play from throughout her career. It’s a big challenge to cram her hits into 13 minutes, but she says she’s trying to give it her all.

    The biggest challenge was figuring out what to perform first, so she started with a song that has lots of visuals to work with. She’ll open the show with “Diamonds” or “Don’t Stop the Music.”

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