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How To Watch Rihanna’s Halftime Show At The Super Bowl 2023

While teams were still vying for a berth in Super Bowl LVII, Rihanna had already clinched the coveted gig as the star of the halftime show. The Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs will play one other this Sunday, and there will also be lots of advertising, so the Big Game is quickly approaching.

Continue reading to learn all there is to know about the 2023 Super Bowl, including what to anticipate from the halftime performance.

The 2022 NFL season’s championship game, Super Bowl LVII, will take place on Sunday, February 12, 2023, with a scheduled kickoff time of 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT.

Glendale, Arizona’s State Farm Stadium will host the Super Bowl. To give the city and stadium adequate preparation time, the host city is always picked a few years in advance. Las Vegas and New Orleans will host the event in 2024 and 2025.

Every year, a new network hosts the Super Bowl, and FOX will host the event in 2023. Those may also view FOX without cable if they have a live TV subscription to services like Hulu, FuboTV, and YouTube TV. Additionally, it will broadcast there as well because FOX owns the free, ad-supported streaming service Tubi, which transmits the Fox Sports network.

The Super Bowl halftime performance is one of the most recognizable events of the year, whether you enjoy football or not. Rihanna, a recent Oscar candidate, will perform at this year’s celebrations.

The pop musician earlier declined the chance to perform at the 2019 Super Bowl halftime show in support of Colin Kaepernick following the NFL’s continuous suppression of protests against police brutality. The pop star’s most recent album, Anti, was released in 2016. “I just couldn’t be a sellout. I couldn’t be an enabler. There are things within that organization that I do not agree with at all, and I was not about to go and be of service to them in any way,” she informed Vogue.

Later that year, the NFL and Jay-Roc Z’s Nation organization partnered in order to “enhance the NFL’s live game experiences and to amplify the league’s social justice efforts.”

The “Diamonds” singer acknowledged how challenging it was to “cram 17 years of work into her forthcoming 13-minute performance during a Thursday Apple Music press conference.

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