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Rihanna dazzles from above at Super Bowl halftime show

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Rihanna performs during the Super Bowl Halftime Show at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023. Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Roc Nation

Grammy Award-winning pop star Rihanna delivered a daring performance during the Super Bowl LVII halftime show, singing a compilation of her greatest hits surrounded by dancers and at times floating on a platform high above the field. 

Wearing a bright red ensemble with matching red lipstick, surrounded by dozens of background dancers donning white puffers, the singer performed hits "Where Have You Been," "We Found Love" and "Rude Boy," among many others. 

No guest performers joined her on stage.

Her performance wasn't the only thing that grabbed headlines, but her accompanying baby bump. Following the game, a rep for the singer confirmed to CBS News that the 34-year-old is pregnant with baby number two.

Rihanna welcomed her first child with her partner, rapper A$AP Rocky, in May.  

Her performance has been highly anticipated because it has been nearly seven years since she last performed on stage. She has also not released an album since 2016's "Anti." 

Her performance occurred during an intense game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs — ultimately won by the Chiefs, 38-35.

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