Rihanna’s iconic comeback at the 2023 Super Bowl


Kevin Mazur

Rihanna performs with background dancers at Arizona’s State Farm Stadium Feb. 12.

Katie Castillo, Digital Editor

Rihanna’s iconic comeback at the 2023 Super Bowl

For almost a decade of no performances, artist Robyn Rihanna Fenty known as Rihanna performed Sunday at the 2023 Super Bowl halftime show.

The Barbadian singer performed all of her greatest hits such as “B**** Better Have My Money”, “Where Have You Been”, “Only Girl (In The World)”, “Work”, “Diamonds” and so much more in 13 minutes. While on a floating stage Rihanna performed and lightly danced with 80 background dancers. All background dancers wore puffy white suits ensuring that Rihanna would be the spotlight as she wore bright red clothes. 

As this was one of the most awaited live performances, Rihanna gave it her all. Within 15 minutes, multiple of her most popular songs were performed and an unexpected surprise came from the artist. During her show she proudly embraced her baby bump and is now confirmed to be pregnant with her second baby. 

Though Rihanna took a long break from music, she proved at the 2023 Super Bowl halftime show that she is still one of the greatest pop singers.