Rihanna Will Perform At 2023 Super Bowl Halftime Show- Know The Details!

After tickling the buzz all around by entering the Forbes’ Billionaires List in April 2022, Rihanna is all set to drive heads with her performance at the 2023 Super Bowl halftime show. This is the highly anticipated halftime show that will feature Rihanna and it would be the first return to the live music stage in seven years.

On Sunday, the Grammy winner and a new parent will shine in the spotlight once again after a long break from live performances. 

Like her fans, Rihanna herself knows it has been a hot minute since she performed for a live audience. However, the new mother said she and her team have put in the work to compose an “almost impossible” set.

(Rihanna performed with Paul McCartney at the 2015 Grammys. (John Shearer / Invision / Associated Press)

One of the most loved pop artists of the past two decades, she has been infrequent in the music scene since her album “Anti” came in 2016.

Rihanna spoke at an Apple Music press conference on Thursday, “The Super Bowl is one of the biggest stages in the world. As scary as it was because I haven’t been on stage in seven years, there’s something exhilarating about the challenge of it all. I need to do this year as it is important for my son to see that.”

The nine-time Grammy winner spoke about representation at Thursday’s press conference. Rihanna will follow multiple iconic female artists like Beyoncé, Madonna Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Katy Perry, Mary J. Blige, and Lady Gaga.

How Can I Watch Rihanna’s Performance on Sunday at 2023 Super Bowl Halftime Show?

Fans looking to see Rihanna’s mini-concert are required to tune in to Super Bowl LVII. The football game will air on Fox. However, all the viewers without cable can also get the chance to watch the ‘Lift Me Up’ singer and the game on the NFL+ mobile app. 

Streaming platforms including FuboTV, Hulu, and Sling are offering live TV streaming. Those who do not know much about sports-ball need to know that Rihanna will perform her set at the midway point of the Super Bowl — or after the second quarter.