Rihanna Live Performance At Super Bowl LVII After Seven Years: “It’s Gonna Be A Celebration Of My Catalog”
Rihanna Talks About Her Upcoming Performance In The Press Conference of Apple Music Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show Setlist: Rihanna Says “There’s Something Exhilarating About The Challenge Of It All”
Super Bowl LVII, which is going to be held on Sunday, Feb 12, 2023, the Barbadian singer, Rihana is participating in the halftime show for Super Bowl LVII. Rihana once again has planned to return to the live music stage of Super Bowl LVII, after almost seven years of her previous performance.
The 34-year-old singer appeared in the press conferences of Super Bowl LVII 2023, on Thursday 9 Feb in Phoenix, AZ. The singer teases her fans by saying that they should expect her this weekend on the Super Bowl LVII show. Rihana says to the press about her upcoming performance “There’s Something Exhilarating About The Challenge Of It All” but ‘It’s Gonna Be a Celebration of My Catalog.’
Rihanna discusses the hard work she has put into her first huge live performance of a huge Gameshow. She says about the timing of her Super Bowl LVII performance at this point of her career “It feels like it could have only been now.”
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Rihanna has a successful music career, where she has succeeded to win 9 Grammy Awards, 14 Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hits, and 8 Studio Albums. Rihanna has accumulated a $1.4 billion net worth at the age of 34, throughout her musical career.
Rihana whose full name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty accumulates more success while having fun in her life, and this new upcoming Super Bowl LVII performance is another huge success of her life.
Rihanna expresses her feelings at the press conference when they call her for the performance.
“When I first got the call to do it again this year, I was like, ‘You sure?’ I’m three months postpartum. Should I be making major decisions like this right now? I might regret this,”
The Diamond singer added
“But when you become a mom, there’s something that just happens where you feel like you can take on the world. The Super Bowl is one of the biggest stages in the world, so as scary as that was because I haven’t been on stage in seven years, there’s something exhilarating about the challenge of it all … It’s important for my son to see that.”
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The mother of one explained about challenges in taking care of the baby as well as managing her professional work.
“You’re just running around for 13 minutes, trying to put like a two-hour set for 13 minutes,”
“And you’re gonna see on Sunday, from the time it starts, it just never ends until the very last second. I know I’m saying too much, but it’s a jam-packed show.”
At the press conferences, the Love on The Brain Singer talks about her career journey, where she came from
“My humility came from my childhood, growing up in the Caribbean, growing up in my household with my mom. She’s a very humble woman, her mom was a very humble woman. And I’ve never lost sight of that,”
The singer added
“I often fear the pedestal that the world can put you on, and I always want to feel my feet on the ground. That makes me feel safe.”