Rihanna is a true icon in the music industry. Born and raised in Barbados, she first rose to prominence in 2005 with the release of her debut album Music of the Sun. Since then, she has gone on to become one of the best-selling music artists of all time, with a discography that includes hit after hit.
Her music is known for its catchy hooks, innovative production, and Rihanna’s own powerful voice. She’s also known for her electrifying live performances, which often feature elaborate stage setups, intricate choreography, and a lot of energy.
Beyond her music, Rihanna is also known for her fashion sense and her philanthropy work, both of which have made her an inspiration to many. In short, Rihanna is a true icon of our time, a performer who has captured the hearts and minds of fans all over the world. So when she was announced as the headliner for the Super Bowl Halftime Show, fans across the world were ecstatic to see Rihanna take to the field to perform live for the first time in years.
Following her performance at the Super Bowl Halftime Show fans are eager to know if Rihanna is pregnant and expecting a second child.
Is Rihanna pregnant again?
UPDATE: A representative for Rihanna confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that Rihanna is pregnant. This after speculation sparked on social media following her performance in which she seemed to hint that she was expecting with a not-so-subtle rub of her stomach in the opening moments of the performance.
At the time, Rihanna has not formally confirmed whether she is expecting a second child but her performance at the Super Bowl Halftime Show sparked some questions. The moment in question that has many questioning if the “Diamonds” singer is expecting a second child came when Rihanna opened the performance with a subtle rub of her stomach which left many fans to wonder if that was a subtle way of announcing a pregnancy.
You can check out the snippet of the performance in question below:
In addition to the speculation that began sparking among audiences across the US who were watching the performance from home, outlets including Consequence — a pop culture brand — are reporting Rihanna is expecting and using the game to break the news.
Perhaps the closest we’ve come to an official confirmation thus far has come from CBS NFL analyst Nate Burleson. Prior to her performance, Rihanna revealed to Burleson that she would be joined by a surprise guest; however, she ended up performing solo with no guests joining her. After a fan took notice of this and hinted that the surprise guest was her baby, Burleson seemed to confirm the speculation by replying “Bingo” with a target emoji seeming to confirm that was indeed the case.