Rihanna's last live appearance in years has spanned 12 years

Rihanna's last live appearance in years has spanned 12 years ...

Rihanna is undoubtedly one of the world's most famous pop stars. From her huge pop music career and frequent tours to subsequent investments that raised billions of dollars, her fame and fortune have followed her throughout the years.

On February 12, 2023, she will appear in the Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show, which is popular with millions of fans. It is true that the fantastically eager audience finds the brief interval between the two halves of the show relaxing – just to relax the brain of the stoic anticipation of 'who's gonna win?'

Rihanna's performance will certainly serve as the icing on the cake, while the upcoming Super Bowl has created enough buzz and fans are eager to see if their favorite team will win the trophy.

Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Katy Perry, and Lady Gaga are just some of Rihanna's previous artists. What sets her apart from the rest is her appearance on stage after almost seven years. She hasn't released a single album since Anti in 2016.

The last time she was seen at a live performance at the 2018 Grammy Awards was when she collaborated with DJ Khaled for "Wild Thoughts." While the long gap is certainly increasing the fans' desire to see the "Umbrella" star's breakthrough live performance, many are also wondering what the singer-songwriter was up to all these years ago.

The singer of "Disturbia" engaged and invested in many lucrative projects, including her first successful lingerie company Savage X Fenty, which launched in 2017. The theme was a celebration of womanhood, and the brand was displayed at New York Fashion Week in September alongside Slick Woods and Gigi and Bella Hadid.

The very next year, she staged her first concert in Brooklyn, featuring a wide spectrum of models on the runway supported by performances by Migos, Big Sean, and Halsey, to name a few. In 2019, she collaborated with Louis Vuitton and launched the luxury brand FETY, becoming the first woman of color to be associated with the brand.

Her name has been extended beyond skin care products since 2020. She is also seen in films such as Ocean's Eight, the sequel to the blockbuster film Ocean's Eleven. Nine Ball played Cate Blanchett and Sandra Bullock in the 2019 film Guava Island.

When asked about her public reappearance as a live performer, she stated that she is all set to perform in the upcoming Super Bowl.

Fans are also eager to see their favorite pop star as the countdown for the highly anticipated event begins.