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FutureStarrRihanna Is Pregnant - Team Reportedly Confirms After Super Bowl Halftime
Rihanna won over fans with her performance at the Super Bowl Halftime Show at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. During her performance, the pop star donned a red jumpsuit that revealed what appeared to be a baby bump through it.
Soon after her performance, her reps reportedly confirmed that she is pregnant with her second child.
After seven years, Rihanna made an amazing return to the stage during Super Bowl Halftime on Sunday. During her performance, she showed off a growing baby bump which caused fans to speculate and go wild on social media platforms.
The 34-year-old singer donned a figure-hugging red outfit that revealed her swollen stomach as she performed at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Fans speculated that she may have been pregnant with her second child during the performance.
She performed a medley of her biggest hits, such as Better Have My Money, Diamonds, Umbrella and more. Her set was an energetic journey through her discography that had the audience dancing in the stands.
Her performance was a resounding success, even managing to crack some jokes about the Super Bowl controversy. She began with "Bitch Better Have My Money" while affectionately caressing a prominent baby bump that could be seen throughout the performance.
Rihanna's performance was truly spectacular, culminating in her ascension to the top of one of several floating platforms that towered above the audience. When that platform lowered and Rihanna descended with an army of dancers dressed all in white - complete with her trademark red hair!
Rihanna's voice soared above the cacophony of fans as she glided along on platforms. Although her performance didn't feature any new music, fans of all ages enjoyed an amazing show that left them speechless.
Rihanna also sang several songs she had previously covered, such as her verse on Kanye West's All of the Lights and Jay-Z's Run This Town. Additionally, she performed her hit single Work which she collaborated on with rapper Drake.
Rihanna's 13-minute performance was flawless, her vocals impeccable and it sparked much discussion on social media. Her show served as a reminder of why she has achieved so much success and she deserves to be remembered for its impact on the world.
She revealed that she is expecting her second child with rapper A$AP Rocky, who has been by her side since she welcomed her first child in May 2022. She expressed delight at the birth of their son and said it has been one of her favorite parts of motherhood so far.
After Rihanna wowed the world with her stunning Super Bowl halftime show, speculation began as to whether or not she might be pregnant again. Many attentive viewers noticed that Rihanna was gesturing while performing and wondered if this meant she was massaging her growing baby bump.
Throughout her 13-minute set, the "Umbrella" star donned a red bodysuit and showed off an apparent baby bump. In fact, she even cradled and massaged her stomach during the show!
After Rihanna's performance, the word "pregnant" began trending on Twitter and even her name became a topic of conversation. Shortly after wrapping up her set, representatives for Rihanna confirmed that the 34-year-old is indeed pregnant.
Rihanna was not the first celebrity to announce their pregnancy publicly, but she certainly made headlines with it. A representative for Rihanna confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that she is expecting her second child and the news quickly spread on social media platforms.
Rihanna's 13-minute performance featured her iconic songs from her catalog as she soars high above the field. Additionally, her show featured an army of dancers and promoted Fenty makeup throughout.
Her platform-high perch provided her with an unparalleled vantage point that captured the audience's attention, and it marked her return to performing in front of an audience after four years away. She credited motherhood with motivating her to perform at the Super Bowl, saying it had made her more confident onstage.
Fans watched Rihanna cradle her stomach while singing the song "I'm Alive," though she never said anything about her pregnancy during the performance. Some viewers noticed her touching her abdomen and pressing it against her chest whenever she said the word "life," leading them to share videos of their observations on social media platforms and sparking an intense online debate over whether Rihanna is indeed pregnant again.
After the game, her team reportedly confirmed the news and released a photo of pregnant superstar. She donned an all-red outfit that complemented her baby bump, while a representative for the singer revealed that she is expecting her second child.
At the Super Bowl Halftime Show, Rihanna delighted fans with an unexpected appearance and announcement. After five years away from performing live, she returned to the stage wearing a stunning red outfit.
The 34-year-old performed a stunning medley of her most iconic hits from an elevated platform hanging over the field. Her stunning performance was one of the highlights of the halftime show and fans were mesmerized by both her stunning outfit and growing baby bump.
Rihanna performed a 13-minute set that featured some of her biggest hits such as "Only Girl in The World," "Diamonds," and "Where Have You Been," with fans oohing and aahing over her pregnant belly. Rumors spread quickly on social media that Rihanna was expecting another child shortly after starting, and Rihanna's rep confirmed it shortly afterward.
Rihanna and rapper A$AP Rocky have kept the name of their unborn child secret since announcing her pregnancy, opting to keep their family out of the public eye. It appears they will soon share more information about their son with fans.
According to Us Weekly, the couple are considering honoring their Barbadian heritage with their boy's name. Many fans speculate that they might opt for either Rakim Mayers from "Diamonds" or something along those lines.
After announcing her pregnancy in January 2022, the star shared photos of her expanding baby bump and a Vogue cover shot featuring the singer wearing a long pink coat and body chains that fell past her stomach.
Rihanna and A$AP Rocky welcomed their first child together in May 2022; a son. Although the name and birthdate remain private, Rihanna has recently started sharing footage on TikTok of their son making cute faces and squealing with joy while trying to grab the camera in his car seat.
Rihanna has always been a fashion icon, and now that she's expecting her first child with A$AP Rocky, the singer is taking pregnancy style to new heights. From wearing a ruffled top under a lace skirt to dong faux-fur coats, Rihanna has been showing off her baby bump in nontraditional ways that are revolutionizing maternity wear.
In an age where society often portrays women's bodies with piety, purity and submission, the pregnant singer's radical approach to maternity style has been a refreshing, empowering trend. Her embrace of her baby bump is an affirmation of women's bodies as fully recognized assets - a reminder that bodies can and should be fully appreciated as they develop over time.
One day after Rihanna announced her pregnancy, she donned a long pink Chanel puffer coat that was styled without the shirt. She accessorized with ripped Vetements jeans, an eye-catching Christian Lacroix cross necklace from Archive Vintage and additional jewels by Misty and Briony Raymond from Vintage.
Another time, she graced a Vogue cover wearing an elegant red-hot lace catsuit and Alaia heels. To complete the ensemble, she added Gucci x Union LA x Air Jordan 4 "Guava Ice" sneakers to complete the look.
At the Dior Womenswear Fall/Winter 2022 show, she showed off her daring side in a sheer black lace babydoll dress that revealed her Savage X Fenty underwear. While this isn't her first time flaunting her baby bump on the runway, it remains one of her most daring looks to date.
Rihanna's daring maternity style has not only revolutionized maternity wear, but it's also inspired other designers to consider inclusivity when creating their sizing. Her lingerie label Savage X Fenty now includes pieces tailored for people of all shapes and sizes - even plus-sized models!
The Fenty effect has also encouraged pregnant women like Shay Mitchell to express their style through crop tops, feathered jackets and Burberry sets. Jo Goldman of Hatch says she's noticed an uptick in confidence from pregnant customers - a trend which she predicts will last long after the baby arrives.