Rihanna’s performance at this year’s Super Bowl LVII halftime show presents a unique opportunity for her Black Panther: Wakanda Forever song “Lift Me Up.”The biggest American sporting event of the year has arrived, with Super Bowl LVII seeing the Kansas City Chiefs facing off against the Philadelphia Eagles I Hate People Christmas Bear Ugly Christmas Pattern Christmas Gift All Over Print Hoodie But most will be aware that the reach of the Super Bowl goes far beyond the NFL’s championship game and crosses heavily into the entertainment space.On top of the trailers, TV spots, and ads that many tune in for, the legendary halftime show is back, this time with a musical performance from Rihanna. The Barbadian singer’s performance comes on the heels of her Oscar nomination for one of her two Black Panther 2 songs, “Lift Me Up.” Having contributed two songs to the MCU release, the second being “Born Again,” the pop legend actually revealed it was only when she saw the first trailer for Wakanda Forever, which featured the song “No Woman No Cry,” that she was convinced to sign on for her first Marvel Studios collaboration.
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As noted by Billboard, Rihanna’s Super Bowl LVII halftime show has a chance to be one for the ages, if she were to play her Oscar-nominated song for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, “Lift Me Up.”With over 115 million people expected to tune into this year’s championship game, this would serve as the highest-ever “For Your Consideration” push for an Oscar nomination I Hate People Christmas Bear Ugly Christmas Pattern Christmas Gift All Over Print Hoodie On top of those tuning into the Super Bowl, even more, will undoubtedly be watching the halftime show, which is known for being an impressive spectacle. The highlights of the performance will be watched by many in the days, weeks, months, and years following the game, with last year’s performances from Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, Dr. Dre, and 50 Cent currently holding 162 million views on the official NFL channel.Of course, exactly which songs Rihanna will play during the halftime show will not become apparent until that point in the game. So, for now, it remains unclear whether she will play recent releases like “Lift Me Up” or if she will stick to old favorites like “Umbrella” and “Don’t Stop The Music.”
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