Rihanna Performs At The Halftime Show Of Super Bowl LVII. - Bolly24*7 Rihanna Performs At The Halftime Show Of Super Bowl LVII. - Bolly24*7

Rihanna is ready to take on the 2023 Super Bowl for her much-anticipated comeback, years after her last live performance.

The Grammy winner will perform a show on Sunday that she has described as a "celebration of my catalog."

The "Umbrella" singer, like her fans, is aware that it has been a while since she performed in front of a live audience, but the new mom said she and her team have worked hard to plan an "almost impossible" set.

They are stating: Rihanna talked about being asked to do the show three months after having her son Thursday at the Apple Music press conference.

She stated, "There is something that happens when you become a mother where you feel like you can take on the world and can do anything."

Neena Rouhani of Billboard provides the following explanation: "Jay-Z and Roc Nation began overseeing the Super Bowl halftime show in 2020, and on average, each show costs $13 million."

The big game will be broadcast by Fox, and you can watch it for free on cable, most satellite providers, or with an over-the-air antenna.

The game can also be viewed on the Fox Sports App and the majority of streaming services, such as Sling TV, Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, and fuboTV, among others.

The Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs are scheduled to kick off at 6:30 p.m. EST on Sunday, February 12. The pregame begins at 6 p.m. PST, and coverage continues throughout the day.