During her eagerly awaited return to the stage at the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show on Sunday, Rihanna performed all of her timeless favorites and hinted at being pregnant with her second child. She began the performance by singing “Bitch Better Have My Money” as she dropped from the sky on a hovering platform while wearing an all-red ensemble. She continued with a remix of “Where Have You Been,” “Only Girl (In the World),” “We Found Love,” and “Rude Boy” while surrounded by dancers wearing all-white clothes and dark sunglasses.
After that, she sang “Work,” “Wild Thoughts,” “Pour It Up,” “All of the Lights,” and “Run This Town” while still working the stage and occasionally joining in with the dancers. As strobe lights flooded the stage and all eyes were on Rihanna, she performed songs from her entire discography, ranging from her most recent 2016 album Anti to her 2007 smash “Umbrella.” Finally, she rose on a platform in the air to finish her iconic performance with “Diamonds” and said, “Thank you, Arizona.”
Following her electrifying performance, a spokesman for Rihanna also confirmed the superstar’s pregnancy to The Hollywood Reporter. Before her performance, Rihanna stated that having her 9-month-old son as a child inspired her to participate in the major event. Check out a teaser of her performance below.