Rihanna will perform at the Super Bowl halftime show on February 12. The star explained an event that marks her return to the stage and makes her “nervous.”
The pressure is rising. Four months before the Super Bowl, Rihanna spoke quickly about her return to the stage, during the first half of the NFL Final, the most watched event on television in the United States. Nearly seven years after her last tour, her reunion with the audience and live show does not leave her indifferent. In response to a question from TMZ at a Los Angeles street corner, the “Umbrella” interpreter stated that he was “nervous,” while ensuring “one would be happy to be on stage.”
It has to be said that Rihanna is especially expected when her latest album “Anti” dates back to 2016 and that she hasn’t sung in public since then, with the exception of her appearance at the Grammy Awards in 2018.
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On the other hand, the whole mystery remains about this futuristic performance, which traditionally lasts about fifteen minutes. At the end of September, nothing has been stopped according to a source quoted by TMZ, and the star can go it alone as he is surrounded by many characters.
Last February, Dr. Dre brought together the biggest rap stars of the ’90s: Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar.
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