Few spectacles are as prestigious and coveted as the Super Bowl halftime show, no matter your interest in the actual game itself. This February 12 will be like no other, an extravaganza for the world to witness. But who is putting on the performance of a lifetime? Let’s find out…
Who is in the Super Bowl 2023 halftime show?
With none other than Eminem as their predecessor, this year's performer has some big boots to fill.
This year, the Eagles will take on the Chiefs in one of the most watched sporting events in the world, now that is a lot of eyes!
The show is set to be family-friendly, as this is the NFL and it is of course broadcast to millions around the world.
The show has always had a main sponsor, for many years it was Pepsi, however a drastic move was made last year by the NFL, which saw Apple Music as the main sponsor.
This year, Apple Music will once again sponsor the show, and along with that we can expect an elite, best of the best, crème de la crème artist who will entertain us more than we could hope for.
The headline performer for the 2023 Super Bowl is the one and only Rihanna, and let’s hope she won’t be under an umbrella, ella in sunny Arizona this year!
Aside from that horrendous pun, upon hearing this news, viewers have huge expectations for this year's show, and if there’s one thing our Riri knows how to do, it’s put on a spectacle show.
Apple Music put out a teaser for the show on January 13, which noted that she hasn’t performed live for over five years…no pressure girl! And since that last performance, Riri has been keeping herself well and truly busy.
Following the success of her beauty range Fenty Beauty in 2017, Rihanna launched her own lingerie brand Savage X Fenty, both of which have been a huge triumph for the Barbados-born bombshell.
Whilst we don’t know the exact time of when the half-time show will commence, kickoff is set to take place at 23:30 UK time, and half-time is generally around 90 minutes following this, so it’s going to be a late one!
Who else is performing in the half-time show?
With none other than Rihanna taking to the stage on February 12, we can only expect some surprises along the way.
We can expect to hear all of the hits, the same exact hits that happen to have huge celebrities as features, such as Drake, Kanye West, David Guetta, Calvin Harris etc.
Can we expect to see any of these sensations take the Super Bowl stage with the queen herself? There’s only one way to find that out, and that is to make sure you’re well and truly tuned in!