Pregnant Rihanna lights up Tremendous Bowl stage with ‘Diamonds’


By Lisa Richwine

(Reuters) -Pop and R&B celebrity Rihanna made a grand return to the stage on Sunday, floating excessive above the Tremendous Bowl discipline, dazzling the gang with a fast-paced medley of her hits and revealing that she is pregnant together with her second youngster.

Wearing a sizzling pink jumpsuit and dishevelled coat, Rihanna opened the most important showcase in music by singing “Bitch Higher Have My Cash” as she stood, with a noticeably rounded stomach, on a platform suspended within the air. She was progressively lowered to the bottom as she went by well-known songs from “Solely Woman (Within the World)” to “Impolite Boy” and “Work.”

Rihanna was surrounded all through the 13-minute efficiency by dozens of dancers in dishevelled white outfits.

It was the 34-year-old Grammy winner’s first stage efficiency in 5 years. Her final album, “Anti,” was launched in 2016.

Rihanna’s look led social media customers to take a position she was anticipating one other youngster. A consultant for the singer confirmed after the present that Rihanna was certainly pregnant.

The singer gave delivery to her first youngster, a boy, with rapper A$AP Rocky in Might 2022. Rocky was noticed within the stadium crowd cheering on his girlfriend’s efficiency.

Rihanna concluded her Tremendous Bowl set with “Diamonds” as fireworks lit up the sky across the stadium.

Rihanna joined a listing of music luminaries who’ve carried out on the Tremendous Bowl, from Girl Gaga to Beyonce, Prince, Madonna and the Rolling Stones. The telecast normally attracts round 100 million viewers in america alone.

Within the pre-game ceremony, nation star Chris Stapleton sang the U.S. nationwide anthem whereas Oscar-winning “CODA” star Troy Kotsur carried out the track in American Signal Language.

Emmy-winning “Abbott Elementary” star Sheryl Lee Ralph sang “Raise Each Voice and Sing,” a hymn that has grow to be often known as the Black nationwide anthem, accompanied by a choir.

(Reporting by Lisa Richwine; Enhancing by Christian Schmollinger and Bradley Perrett)