Did you miss the halftime show at the Super Bowl? If so, you missed an amazing performance from Rihanna as she spectacularly showcased her amazing discography. It was so impressive that we wouldn’t blame you if you saw it last night and are dying to see it again. While there’s no longer a live stream of the Super Bowl halftime show for obvious reasons, you can still catch up on the show thanks to YouTube. Here’s a quick look at what you need to know.
How to watch the Super Bowl halftime show
The Super Bowl halftime show is still a no-brainer because the whole thing can be seen on the NFL’s YouTube page.
From there, you can watch the entire 13-minute extravaganza that Rihanna put on for anyone who wants to watch the Super Bowl and win something more than an exciting soccer game. The show featured Rihanna performing a medley of her greatest hits. She performed B—- Better Have My Money, Where Have You Been, Only Girl (In The World), We Found Love, Rude Boy, Work, Wild Thoughts, Pour It Up, All of the Lights, Run This Town, Umbrella and Diamonds, all within the short exhibition space. It was a fantastic reminder of her catalog raisonné while showing what a great performer she is.
Unlike some other Super Bowl halftime shows, Rihanna did so in just one costume — a bright red jumpsuit, which she wore zipped open over a similarly red bodysuit. The reason why? As various sites later explained, she’s pregnant with her second child, so we suspect a costume change might have been awkward.
The Super Bowl halftime show was also all about Rihanna, with no celebrity guests attending, even on songs that previously featured collaborations. However, it is a spectacular event that will delight Rihanna fans and the whole world alike.
To watch it, all you have to do is head over to the NFL’s YouTube page and watch the full show. It’s the kind of 13-minute performance that you simply can’t get anywhere else and is sure to delight.