Rihanna has appeared to confirm her second pregnancy during the hotly-anticipated Super Bowl halftime show.
The 34-year-old Barbadian singer hit the stage at Arizona’s State Farm Stadium for the legendary performance slot halfway through the match between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles.
Ten months after welcoming her first child, a son with ASAP Rocky, it seems the couple are on track to grow their family, with Rihanna sporting a visible baby bump in a tight red bodysuit during her dynamic set.
If that wasn’t enough, there was also a brief moment when Rihanna cradled her stomach before the camera zoomed out as she stood on a floating platform.
Fans went wild on social media in the aftermath of the possible low-key reveal:
This was her pregnancy announcement #SuperBowlLVII pic.twitter.com/Kmq3B4dbLT— Meech (@MediumSizeMeech) February 13, 2023
RIHANNA IS PREGNANT?! pic.twitter.com/7AtRgsNzx5— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) February 13, 2023
Rihanna pregnant?!?? We’re never getting that album pic.twitter.com/cNYWkS4nPc— badbunnystan (@Kle20Dan) February 13, 2023
Now suddenly trending “#RihannaPregnant.” 😂😂😂 #SuperBowlLVII pic.twitter.com/MWdR3B9rBN— Tulsa Queen (@AC_NoChill) February 13, 2023
Rihanna’s set was low on demanding choreography but high on spectacle, as she walked the stage performing a mix of her own hits and some of her most famous duets.
The performance was a much-anticipated career comeback for the Diamonds singer, who hasn’t released an album since 2016 and who, in recent years, has spent more time on her career as a beauty mogul than as a pop star.
So, Rihanna is pregnant which means we’ll never get new music pic.twitter.com/uPPkuvah3M— PATRICKSTARRR (@patrickstarrr) February 13, 2023
Rihanna’s Super Bowl setlist
B**tch Better Have My Money
Where Have You Been
Only Girl in the World
We Found Love
Pour It Up
All of the Lights
Run This Town
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