Rihanna To Headline 2023 Super Bowl Halftime Show

Rihanna announced that she would be performing at her own Super Bowl Halftime Show in February 2023. 

The singer posted on her social media accounts and posted the image of her that suggests she'll perform at this year's NFL ceremony next year. 

In the image, it appears that Rihanna's hands are holding up the football.

Fans and a few A-list celebrities have taken to the comments section and expressed their joy. 

As Justin Bieber penned, "The queen is back," Lizzo wrote, "Screaming." 

Meanwhile, Roc Nation later posted the same photo on its own Instagram profile, adding "Let's GO," and the hashtags Rihanna as well as the NFL with the hashtag "#SBLVII."

For the uninitiated, Rihanna has a total of 14 No. #1 songs in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, and 31 top 10 songs generally.

Her debut No. 1 single "SOS," hit the top of the charts in 2006, and her latest charts-topper "Work" did the same one decade afterward.

The singer hasn't dropped a new album for six years following the release of her fan-favorite eighth album Anti.