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Super Bowl LVII Pregame

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America is currently tuned into the Rihanna concert, better known as the Super Bowl LVII. Whether you’re sitting in the comforts of your living room, downing wings and beer at a bar, or at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, fans are ready to see Rihanna belt out 20 years of music into a 13-minute set.

In true Rihanna fashion, the Bajan Billionaire will allow the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles to play a football game around her set.

Super Bowl LVII Pregame

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We’ve already been blessed by our beloved Sheryl Lee Ralph, who blessed us with her soulful rendition of “Lift Every Voice and Sing.”

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And we’ve caught Blue Ivy and her pops, Jay-Z taking pictures on the stadium floor with their famous friends. If you want to know how your faves are commemorating the Rihanna concert, then stay tuned. Here are the celebrities spotted at Super Bowl LVII.


Celebrities Step Out For The Rihanna Concert, AKA The Super Bowl LVII  was originally published on hellobeautiful.com

1. Lil Uzi Vert, Jay-Z and Blue Ivy Carter

Lil Uzi Vert, Jay-Z and Blue Ivy Carter Source:Getty

Lil Uzi Vert, Jay-Z and Blue Ivy Carter posed for the camera at State Farm Stadium for the Super Bowl. 

2. Saweetie

Our favorite Icy Girl gave us a glimpse of her ensemble before she headed out to the Super Bowl. 

3. H.E.R.

“Ready for the Riri concert 😂#superbowllvii,” H.E.R. captioned her photo. Same, sis!

4. Rihanna

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DUHHH! Of course Rihanna showed up. It’s her show after all.

5. Jordyn Woods

Jordyn Woods started her weekend off in NYC for NYFW, and ended it in Arizona for the Super Bowl. 


ASAP Rocky was a proud beau during his woman’s Super Bowl performance. The rapper was all-smiles as he recorded his lady in red.

7. Sheryl Lee Ralph

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Sheryl Lee Ralph stole the show with her performance of “Lift Every Voice and Sing” ahead of Super Bowl kickoff.