The popular singer, in a fiery red dress and a burgeoning baby bump, wowed the world with her show in Glendale, Arizona.
With a furious red, an early pregnancy and with the best of her repertoire, the popular American singer Rihanna drove the fans crazy during the halftime show of the Super Bowl LVIIwhich was played in Glendale, Arizona, and featured the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles.
The show was Rihanna’s first live event in seven years and comes at a time when her fans are eager for her to release new music. Her tummy caught everyone’s attention and sparked controversy on social media. Everything suggested that she was pregnant. But nobody dared to confirm it until a representative of the singer gave the big scoop.
It will be his second heir. Is that Rihanna, 34, already has a 9-month-old son with rapper A$AP Rocky.
“The song list was the biggest challenge,” she had said this week without noticing that everyone’s gaze would be on her tummy.
“That was the most, most difficult part. Deciding how to maximize 13 minutes, but also celebrate, that’s what this show is for. It will be a celebration of my catalog.” And so it was.
Country star Chris Stapleton simply sang the American national anthem at Super Bowl 57, standing alone on the field, accompanied only by his electric guitar, singing “The Star Spangled Banner” moments before the Chiefs Kansas City kicked off against the Philadelphia Eagles early in the game.
Dressed in a black jacket and wearing sunglasses, with his hair neatly styled instead of his famous cowboy hat, Stapleton interpreted the anthem as a ballad, taking it a little closer to rock only towards the last verses including “land of the free” ( the land of the free).
His version of the anthem felt slow, but it lasted 2 minutes 2 seconds, less than the 2 minutes 5 seconds punters had predicted. Even so, it lasted more than 10 seconds longer than last year’s version, performed by country star Mickey Guyton.
As the eight-time Grammy award-winning musician sang, “CODA” (“CODA: Signs of the Heart”) star Troy Kotsur, the first deaf man to win an Oscar in the acting categories, performed the anthem in sign language. .
Prior to Stapleton’s performance, “Abbot Elementary” comedy series star Sheryl Lee Ralph sang “Lift Every Voice and Sing.”
Dressed in a flowing red velvet gown, Ralph began the song known as the Black American Anthem as an introspective ballad, then turned it into a powerful anthem, complete with military-style drums accompanying it and a white-clad choir backing it on the field at State Farm. Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
R&B legend Babyface performed America the Beautiful as a beautiful folk song, complete with an acoustic guitar painted with the American flag and blue flowers in the field. A track of drums and other singers started playing before it was over.
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