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Rihanna celebrated her Super Bowl half-time performance by popping champagne, it's so wholesome

Max Sherry

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Rihanna celebrated her Super Bowl half-time performance by popping champagne, it's so wholesome

Rihanna absolutely aced her performance at the Super Bowl half-time show and she celebrated the momentous occasion in the best way possible.

Yes, by popping some expensive champagne in a very wholesome video which shows just how much it all meant to her.

After bringing the house down at Arizona's State Farm Stadium, the music megastar was seen leaving the arena accompanied by security and a few celebratory 'woops'.

Making her way backstage, she was greeted by loved ones who were clearly keen to remind her of what she'd just achieved.

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So to celebrate the moment, Rihanna and her team popped champagne.

Announcing that she was pregnant with her second child, Rihanna wasn't seen necking the alcohol, although her entourage ensured she left Arizona covered in it.

The entire thing is very wholesome and when Pop Base posted the clip to social media fan tended to agree.

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One person commented: "I just love her so much. She deserves the world and we deserve an album."

While another added: "So happy for her."

As a third said: "She is a queen."

The clip has already been viewed hundreds of thousands of times with viewers seemingly loving seeing how happy Rihanna is.

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The 34-year-old hasn't released any music in over six years, last featuring in Kendrick Lamar's soundtrack for the movie Black Panther.

On top of that, she hasn't actually performed live either, so fans were eager to see how she fared on one of sport's biggest stages – well, she didn't disappoint.

She started her set singing 'B*tch Better Have My Money' as the crowd below he floating platform went wild.

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Hundreds of dancers then joined her on the stage with the choreography being bang on the money.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Fox Sports NFL

Topics: Super Bowl, American Football, NFL, United States

Max Sherry
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