Rihanna's backstage reaction shows what iconic Super Bowl performance meant to her
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The celebrity star celebrated in style as she walked off backstage after her epic medley of songs:
A clip of Rihanna celebrating her halftime show win has been shared by FOX Sports and is circling the internet, showing how much the iconic moment meant to the 'Diamonds' artist, who is currently pregnant with her second child.
A spokesperson announced that Rihanna and A$AP Rocky are expecting again after her performance at the halftime show.
Rihanna said she had second thoughts about performing after giving birth to her son last May, but went ahead as she wanted him to know that it's important to take such big opportunities.
In the charming clip, the iconic chart-topping star can be seen walking off towards backstage to celebratory 'woops' from her entourage, whilst the person filming shouts: "Oh yeah, we did that!"
RiRi then takes a seat on the back of a caddy cart before being hosed down with a bottle of champagne by her crew as the cheers continue. Rihanna raises her arms in the air in a celebratory motion and grins from ear to ear.
Fans have viewed the clip over 100,000 times and are also singing her praise, sharing the video with comments like 'she is so happy i really love this woman u just don't get it' and 'queennn'.
Rihanna played a medley of 12 songs from her 18-year-long discography including recent hit 'B***h Better Have My Money' and old school anthem 'Umbrella'.
A lovestruck A$AP Rocky watched on as his partner performed her heart out, recording the moment to immortalise it.
The clip of Rocky hyping up RiRi has since gone viral on Twitter as shared by NFL and TSN Sports with the caption: "ASAP Rocky is all of us watching Rihanna’s Halftime Show!"
The couple announced their relationship back in 2021 and have since had a beautiful baby boy together. The iconic duo are now expecting another child due to be born this year.
Prior to having their first child, A$AP imagined what life would be like as a father in an interview with GQ, telling the news outlet: “I think I’d be an incredible, remarkably, overall amazing dad.
“I would have a very fly child. Very.”