Rihanna to headline Super Bowl half-time show. Pop superstar Rihanna will headline the half-time show at February’s Super Bowl in Arizona, the NFL has announced.
The nine-time Grammy winner broke the news by posting a photo of an NFL branded football to Twitter.
Organisers called the 34-year-old a “generational talent” in a press release issued on Sunday night.
The show is one of the most coveted slots in music, with this year’s 14-minute spectacle drawing in more than 120 million viewers, the NFL said.
The all-star line up included Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J Blige and Kendrick Lamar. The show earned an Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Special (Live).