Rihanna may be gearing up for some big performances this year at the Super Bowl 50 halftime show and the 58th Annual Grammy Awards. The rumors surfaced after the “BBHMM” singer featured in a promo video alongside late night talk show host Stephen Colbert.
The video released Sunday shows Rihanna in a golden dress walking into the field to face off against NFL analysts Jim Nantz, Phil Simms and James Brown in a coin toss done by Stephen Colbert who plays a referee
"We go first," Nantz says after Team NFL came out as the winner in the coin toss, following which Rihanna responds: "I'm worth the wait." The coin tossed by Colbert had the Grammy Awards logo on one side and the Super Bowl sign on the other.
The Super Bowl 2016 is scheduled to air on CBS Sunday, Feb. 7, with Coldplay headlining the halftime show. Meanwhile, Grammy Awards 2016 is slated to be held a week later on Feb. 15.
Rumors about Rihanna’s performances come as fans eagerly wait for the 27-year-old’s long-awaited eighth album "Anti."
Earlier this month, reports surfaced that Rihanna was filming the video of her new album with Drake in Los Angeles.
Here is the promo released over the weekend teasing Rihanna’s performance in Super Bowl 2016 and the Grammy Awards.