Rihanna's highly anticipated Super Bowl 57 halftime performance on Sunday night was met with a mix of excitement and praise from fans across the internet.
The 34 year old musician blessed viewers with a halftime show that's been on for 4 years in the making.
The show also saw the star unveil her second baby bump to the excitement of many.
By the look of things Rihanna is a few months along into her second pregnancy.
Before the halftime show even began, many were speculating or trying to predict Rihanna's set from her extensive catalog of songs.
The singer ran through an incredible set that began with "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" and "Umbrella," before ending with a crowd-rising rendition of her hit song, "Diamond." the super bowl 57, blessing viewers with a half time show four years in the making.
In the opening moments of her performance, the beauty mogul played up the big reveal by rubbing her stomach and leaving the zipper of her outfit — a jumpsuit layered over a close-fitting bodysuit and sculpted bandeau — down to reveal her belly.
Speaking with reporters at super bowl press last week during a press conference the singer said the" biggest challenge" in preparing for the halftime show was finalizing her set list." trying to cram 17 years of work into 13 minutes is not an easy task", she added
"Some songs we had to lose because of that and that gonna be okay " she explained. " but I think we did a pretty good job of narrowing it down....... it's going to be a celebration of my catalog in the best way that we could have put it together."
And even with millions of people tuning in to watch, there is only one person she really wants to impress and that is his baby boy.
"When you become a mom, there's something that just happens where you feel like you can take on the world. You can do anything, and the Super Bowl is one of the biggest stages in the world," she said. "So, as scary as that was… there's something exhilarating about the challenge of it all, and it's important for me to do this year. It's important for representation. It's important for my son to see that." She added.