Just days after reports of Taylor Swift allegedly being the halftime performer at this season’s upcoming Super Bowl, new mom Rihanna has now been confirmed as the official Super Bowl LVII halftime show headliner. Both the NFL and RiRi have confirmed the news via social media.
— NFL (@NFL) September 25, 2022
The “Umbrella” singer has decided to have her first performance since becoming a mother, to be at one of the most watched events of the year. The “big game” is set to take place in Phoenix, Arizona, at State Farm Stadium on February 12, 2023.
As for Swift, she allegedly decided not to participate because she wanted to finish re-recording her albums until she committed to such a big project. Of course, Swift has begun to release some of her re-recorded albums due to her former manager Scooter Braun having the rights to her originally recorded albums and selling the rights to privity equity firm “Shamrock Holdings.”
Regarding who would be a better choice for the league between Taylor and Rihanna, there is no correct answer as both women are two of the most talented and hardworking musicians the world has ever seen.
Rihanna will definitely give us one of the best performances in Super Bowl history. She will most probably perform some of her “old-school” songs, but she may also debut some new music, and she will most likely be more inspired than ever with her now being a mom.
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