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Rihanna’s high-profile return and Kansas City’s victory: how the Super Bowl was held in the USA

The National Football League (NFL) concluded its 57th championship game in the United States with the Kansas City Chiefs defeating the Philadelphia Eagles by a score of 38-35. The Super Bowl is the most highly anticipated sporting event in the United States, drawing in over 100 million viewers annually. The game was held in a stadium with a capacity of 73,000 people, and the average cost of tickets for this year’s event was reported to have reached a staggering $10,000.

The Super Bowl is a culmination of the NFL season and marks the final game where the winning team is awarded the Vince Lombardi Trophy, named after the legendary Green Bay Packers coach who led his team to five NFL championships. It is a significant event not only for sports enthusiasts but also for those who are interested in the halftime show, which usually features popular musicians and artists.

The game is known for its glitz and glamor, with celebrities and high-profile individuals flocking to the stadium to witness the event live. It is also a time when companies air their most creative and expensive commercials, with many of them producing memorable ads that go viral on social media.

This year’s Super Bowl game was played in a stadium that had a seating capacity of 73,000, but due to COVID-19 safety measures, the number of attendees was limited. This resulted in the average cost of tickets for the game skyrocketing to $10,000, making it one of the most expensive tickets for a sporting event in history. The high price of tickets did not deter avid fans from purchasing them, as many were eager to witness the highly anticipated match between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles.

During the break, a musical show with the participation of world stars is traditionally held. This year, the headliner was the singer Rihanna. Unlike the artists who took to the Super Bowl stage in years past, she performed alone. The singer has not sung on stage for five years – since the Grammy Award in 2018. She also hasn’t released any new albums in a long time.

During Rihanna’s Halftime Show performance, it was evident that the singer was carrying her second child. The star opted for a Loewe jumpsuit and an Alaia jacket, both of which snugly hugged her figure around the abdomen. Following the performance, Rihanna’s spokesperson confirmed to the media that she is indeed pregnant with her second child. It’s worth noting that the singer had given birth to her first child only in May 2022.

Among the guests of the Super Bowl at the stadium were singer Adele, rapper Jay-Z, performer Billie Eilish, actor Bradley Cooper, who diligently ate chips during the game, and model Cara Delevingne.

Singer Rihanna’s performance at halftime of the 57th Super Bowl in Glendale, February 12, 2023

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