Rihanna's appearance at the 2023 Super Bowl halftime event became a topic of conversation after her stomach appeared to be slightly enlarged. It is also suspected that she is pregnant with the second child from A$AP Rocky.
Now, reported by the Hollywood Reporter, Sunday (12/2) local time, Rihanna's representative confirmed that the musician was indeed pregnant with her second child when she appeared at the Super Bowl.
Representatives for Rihanna confirmed the musician was indeed pregnant with their second child while performing at the Super Bowl. (AP/Charlie Riedel)
This pregnancy is nine months since she reportedly gave birth to their first child on May 13, 2022.
Meanwhile, from the appearance of Rihanna's stomach, it appears that her stomach is slightly protruding so that the pregnancy is thought to have been several months old.
Even though her stomach was starting to grow, Rihanna looked energetic singing a list of songs during the 13-minute show, floating on the stage to join in dancing with the dancers.
However, Rihanna seems to be keeping her movements from being too energetic by having a simple choreography and not moving around a lot.
When meeting the media crew some time ago before appearing at the Super Bowl, Rihanna admitted that the decision to appear at the annual event with the largest audience in the world was a big decision.
Rihanna admitted that the decision to agree to appear came when she was only three months postpartum. He also hesitated in accepting the offer.
"When you become a mother, there's something that happens when you feel like you can take on the world, you can do anything," said Rihanna.
"And the Super Bowl is one of the biggest stages in the world, so it's really scary. There's something exhilarating about all of this," he continued.
"It's important for my son to see it all," said Rihanna.
After deciding to join the Super Bowl, Rihanna experienced an extraordinary challenge in choosing a setlist of songs. Moreover, including his 18-year career discography in less than 15 minutes of performance.
"The setlist is the biggest challenge. There's the hardest part, deciding how to make the most of 13 minutes, but also celebrating," said Rihanna.
"The show has to be like that, it's going to be a celebration of my catalog in the best possible way. I think we did a great job of condensing it," continued Rihanna.
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