Rihanna è stata annunciata come la prossima headliner dello spettacolo dell’intervallo del Super Bowl. Come riportato da Reuters, l’evento si svolgerà il 12 febbraio al Glendale’s State Farm Stadium di Glendale, in Arizona.
While many of Rihanna's fans, also referred to as the "Navy," are excited for their favorite star to return to the stage, Rihanna has revealed how she personally feels about the high-profile upcoming appearance.
Rihanna is already feeling the nerves
The Super Bowl halftime show might still be months away but that doesn't mean Rihanna isn't already feeling the pressure to put on a show-stopping performance. As reported by TMZ, the "What's My Name?" chart-topper was spotted by paparazzi in Los Angeles leaving Bristol Farms on October 4. The singer was asked about her upcoming appearance at the football game and admitted she is feeling a certain type of way. "I'm nervous... but I'm excited," she explained.
When Rihanna was questioned about any potential special guests during her set, she remained quiet and shrugged her shoulders. After rapper boyfriend A$AP Rocky was mentioned, she responded with "maybe, girl" before getting in her car. Thus far, A$AP Rocky hasn't hinted that he will be joining Rihanna on stage in February. Despite their public romance, the pair haven't collaborated on music in recent years. The only time they teamed up together was in 2012 for Rihanna's remix of "Cockiness (Love It)."
Currently, Billboard is holding a poll for who should join Rihanna on stage based on who she's worked with. As of this writing, Shakira has the most votes. In 2014, they released "Can't Remember To Forget You." In 2020, Shakira headlined the Super Bowl halftime show with fellow Latin star Jennifer Lopez.