Rihanna has at last responded to the information that she will perform as the lead performer at the 2013 Super Bowl Halftime Show in February.
The revelation was made public last month, and Rihanna even confirmed it by posting a picture of her hand clutching a football on her Instagram account.
Since the announcement, the artist has been silent, and it is still unknown who will be joining her on stage.
The TMZ cameras followed Rihanna as she left Bristol Farms in Los Angeles on Tuesday afternoon while she looked to be out grocery shopping. Rihanna laughed about the paparazzi being “sneaky” and appeared astonished that they had located her.
She briefly conversed with the reporter who inquired about her return to the stage and noted that she appeared “nervous.”
“I’m nervous but I’m excited,” she said.
Rihanna lifted her shoulders and shrugged when asked if there were any artists who she might work with on the big stage. As she continued to be escorted by security into her vehicle, she also flashed the peace sign.
The Super Bowl is the annual final playoff game of the National Football League to determine the league champion. It has served as the final game of every NFL season since 1966, replacing the NFL Championship Game. Since 2022, the game is played on the second Sunday in February