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What is Rihanna’s Super Bowl halftime setlist?

What is Rihanna’s Super Bowl halftime setlist?

Rihanna is back and performing at the 2023 Super Bowl.

The news that Miss Rihanna herself is making a comeback in the form of the Super Bowl halftime show has blown us all away, quite literally.

A million and one questions are circling the internet around the special guests she may or may not bring out, what she will be wearing, what she’s going to sing, it’s a lot to process, we get it.

It’s quite hard to believe that two decades following her triumphant career she is yet to perform at the Super Bowl, but her moment awaits, and we can’t wait to see it right before our very eyes.

Her discography is made up of eight albums, the third-most no1 singles in history, 20 years worth of bangers, it raises the question of how she will ever condense that down into a show that normally averages 12 to 15 minutes?

The disappointing news is that some fan-favourites are bound to be missed out, the performance is set to showcase a maximum of seven songs, and it’s pretty fair to say that there are far more tunes that Riri has blessed our ears with over the last 20 years.

She may even do a mash-up of all the iconic hits, so that she can pack her setlist full of all the songs we want to hear.

So what is her official setlist?

As of yet, the setlist has not been announced, and it remains likely that this will be the case until the performance is live on our screens.

But whilst we wait with baited breath, here is the dream setlist that fans would love to see on the Super Bowl halftime stage…

  • “Pon de Replay”
  • “SOS”
  • “Umbrella”
  • “Rude Boy”
  • “Only Girl (In the World)”
  • “Diamonds”
  • “B*tch Better Have My Money”
  • “Work”

The big halftime extravaganza will take place on February 12, during the Super Bowl showdown between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs.

UK fans can watch the game live on either ITV1 or Sky Sports. Alternatively, you will be able to stream it on ITVX, NowTV, or you can actually subscribe to the NFL game pass.

The kick-off is set to commence at around 23:30 UK time, meaning that the halftime show will begin at roughly 1:30am, it’s going to be a long one, but it's definitely one that is worth waiting up for!

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Rihanna, Music, Super Bowl, Kanye West