By Rupa Trivedi


Rihanna Gives An Impressive Performancein Super Bowl

This year's Super Bowl halftime show marked Rihanna's return to the grand platform, and the superstar is already planning her next significant act.

Rihanna will perform on March 12 at the forthcoming Academy Awards, it was revealed on Thursday.

She will sing "Lift Me Up," a tune from the movie Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The music is a finalist for the Award for Best Original Song.

The performer last performed live more than five years ago at the Super Bowl halftime show. She released her last studio album in 2016 and had rarely been heard on songs with others since then.

 Her first significant release since that final studio record was "Lift Me Up," which was made available in 2022 for the Black Panther OST.

Since her last album, Rihanna has kept herself occupied. She started the popular Fenty clothing and cosmetics brands, and with the money she made from both, she became a millionaire.

In addition, she gave birth to her first child in 2022. In 2023, she appeared at the Super Bowl while expecting her second child, making history in the process

Many fans are eagerly awaiting Rihanna's upcoming record or possibly a tour, and it appears that she is getting ready for a significant comeback shortly.

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