Who Is Performing At The Super Bowl In 2023?

Who Is Performing At The Super Bowl In 2023

The Super Bowl has been the pinnacle of American sport achievement for years. Two of the best teams go head-to-head in a clash to be immortalized in NFL history. Meanwhile, the festivities of the game include many other forms of entertainment, including the popular live performance at halftime, the Super Bowl Halftime Show. At such a massive event, you can be sure that many artists are clawing for the chance to take the stage.

Big names such as Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Snoop Dog, Lady Gaga, The Weeknd, and many others have graced the giant stage in the past. But, who’s up for this February?


On September 25, 2022, Rihanna and the NFL dropped the bombshell: the nine-time Grammy winner would be taking the biggest stage in American sport. Rihanna is a renowned singer and songwriter from Barbados, an island nation in the Southeastern Caribbean Sea. She has won 13 American Music Awards and 12 Billboard Music Awards. On top of that, she is the proud holder of six Guinness World Records.

With hit songs such as Umbrella, Love on the Brain, Diamonds, and Love the Way You Lie, Rihanna has made quite the name for herself. No doubt she deserved the 2023 Super Bowl Halftime Show slot.

What Will the 2023 Super Bowl Halftime Show Be Like?

Rihanna will take the stage for Super Bowl LVII on February 12, 2023, in Glendale, Arizona. Apple will sponsor the halftime show. We do not know who Rihanna will be bringing to perform with her at this time. Most previous Super Bowl Halftime Show artists have brought other big names to aid them in their performance. Rihanna has done so many collaborations that pinpointing her choices to just one is tricky.

Who Could Rihanna Bring With Her?

Some good guesses about who Rihanna will bring with her include the artists mentioned below:

  • SZA, due to her involvement in one of Rihanna’s most popular albums, Anti.
  • Jay Z, who was one of the first to notice Rihanna’s talent because of their collaboration with Umbrella.
  • Drake is another choice, for the same reasons as SZA, but also for their collaborations in the songs What’s My Name? and Take Care.
  • Eminem could also show up because of his role in the hit songs Love the Way You Lie and The Monster.
  • NE-YO is an excellent choice if Rihanna wants to sing the powerful duet Hate That I Love You.
  • David Guetta is an improbable option, but his song Who’s That Chick? features Rihanna as well.