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Rihanna Expecting Second Child at Super Bowl Halftime

Rihanna Expecting Second Child at Super Bowl Halftime

Rihanna revealed during the Super Bowl halftime show that she is pregnant with her second child before the Kansas City Chiefs won the championship in a nail-biting finish.

Rihanna’s eagerly anticipated Super Bowl halftime performance in Arizona did not disappoint, especially when she announced she is expecting her second child.

During a break in the game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs at State Farm Stadium, the 34-year-old singer put on an impressive performance and flaunted her adorable baby bump in a stunning red ensemble.

The game ended with the Chiefs leaving with the Vince Lombardi trophy after winning 38-35 with seconds remaining.

At halftime, Rihanna stunned fans when she was lowered from a floating platform wearing a red dress with an open jacket that revealed her baby bump.

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Throughout the performance, she appeared to be cradling and rubbing the baby bump, sending fans into a frenzy.

One Twitter user wrote, “Feel like Rihanna announced her pregnancy like Beyonce did… revealing the area and then rubbing the belly, yes.”

And another seemed to concur, stating: “Okay, so Rihanna is pregnant. She was a mothering figure.”

And her representatives confirmed the news to Mirror shortly after her performance.

It comes just nine months after she and A$AP Rocky welcomed their first child.

Despite previously stating that she could not be a sellout and perform at the event, Rihanna showed up.

She had previously declined the opportunity to headline the event and boycotted it in solidarity with former NFL player Colin Kaepernick, who gained worldwide recognition for kneeling to protest racial injustice in the United States.

Nevertheless, her 13-minute performance at Super Bowl 57 this year was thrilling and had the crowd on the edge of their seats.

After being lowered from the elevated platform while a group of backup dancers donned white attire, the pop icon performed an outstanding medley of her previous hit songs.

She sang many of her older songs, including All of the Lights, Umbrella, and Diamonds, to the adoration of the stadium crowd.

As the star was once again raised to the heavens to signal the conclusion of the performance, fireworks lit the sky, and the crowd rose to its feet to cheer their halftime star.

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It was Rihanna’s first live TV performance in five years, following Beyonce, Justin Timberlake, and last year’s show featuring Dr. Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, and Mary J. Blige, which was viewed by millions of people around the world.

Before her performance, she revealed to Apple Music that 400 people had been involved in the production process and that she had gone through 39 different set lists as she deliberated over which songs to perform and how.

As usual, an abundance of A-List celebrities was present to watch the Umbrella star perform. As she had previously joked, Adele was among those assuming her seat “I’m going just for Rihanna. I could give a flying f*** less.”

The Easy On Me singer has long been a fan of the Barbadian pop singer, and she appeared glamorous in a tailored suit and thick-framed sunglasses as she observed.

Gordon Ramsay was also present, with the chef rubbing shoulders with Jay-Z before the performance.

Cher was also spotted in the crowd of 63,400, adding to the presence of additional music royalty.

Away from the field, all attention was once again focused on the Super Bowl commercials. As usual, several movies were announced, and P Diddy was also on display.

In a commercial for T-Mobile, Bradley Cooper’s mother ridiculed him for “looking like a flamingo” in his bright pink shirt.

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