We finally get to see Rihanna back on stage this Sunday, February 12, where she will star in the acclaimed Super Bowl 2023 halftime show. The artist revealed the duration of her presentation, which has everything to be historical.
The singer said that her concert would be thirteen minutes long and that choosing the songs for the event was one of the most difficult moments, as the setlist went through numerous changes.
Rihanna said that the birth of her son was the main reason why she agreed to this comeback. Previously, the artist’s musical director Adam Blackstone has already stated that the singer wants to give an epic performance.
The 57th Super Bowl will take place on February 12, 2023 and will be broadcast on open television. Rihanna will star in the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday February 12th. Traditionally, the American football championship game is distinguished by an excellent pitch in the career of any artist.
Billboard magazine listed in January the top musical landmarks in the event’s history. The list features famous artists such as Madonna, Beyonct, Lady Gaga and Michael Jackson.
During Madonna’s 2012 Super Bowl performance, the host commanded a “cheerleading squad” according to Billboard. The show was attended by Nicki Minaj, Mia and Silo Green. The performance featured Roman soldiers and a throne on which the singer sat.
According to a Billboard report, pop star Michael Jackson’s 1993 concert was called the “greatest ever” Super Bowl. “Jam”, “Billie Jean” and “Black or White” are among the hits brought by the artist. He also sang a snippet of “We Are the World” as the audience turned over the children’s drawing cards in the stands.
Beyonce returned to the stage after the birth of her daughter Blue Ivy in 2013. The artist brought innovation to the Super Bowl ith animated screens. The show also featured a large number of dancers. Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams participated in the show, where they excelled in such films as “Bootylicious”, “Independent Women” and “Single Ladies”.
Lady Gaga had a “visually impressive” performance at the 2017 Super Bowl, according to a Billboard report. She dropped the microphone, played football and jumped down the stairs, saying goodbye to the audience.