The National Football League said on Sunday that Rihanna will sing at the Super Bowl halftime show in Glendale, Arizona, in February.
The Barbadian singer, who has won a Grammy, is in one of the most coveted spots on the U.S. music calendar, which is watched by millions of people every year on TV. Michael Jackson, Prince, Beyoncé, Missy Elliott, Lady Gaga, the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Madonna, Bruce Springsteen, and the Who have all played at halftime in the past.
On February 12, the Super Bowl, which is the biggest event in American football, will be held at Glendale’s State Farm Stadium.
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Fans of Rihanna have been waiting for years for the promised follow-up to her 2016 album “Anti,” which had the hit single “Work.”