Rihanna will take the center stage again as confirmations surfaced that she will headline the Super Bowl Halftime Show in 2023.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, a source talked about the upcoming performance of the 34-year-old songstress. As claimed, she is planning to make the show unforgettable.

The “We Found Love” singer will reportedly give the performance “everything she’s got.” It is also stated that “she no doubt has a lot on her plate right now, but she will give it 1000 [percent].”

The same source later added that the songstress, who welcomed her first child with A$AP Rocky earlier this year, “will ensure every detail is perfect.” As pointed out, “It will be well worth the wait.”

Years have passed since fans and followers last saw Rihanna perform on stage. But, the unnamed insider told ET that she “never intended to take this long of a break from performing,” adding that “it is just how things turned out.”

Despite this, the Fenty brand’s founder did not reportedly feel like she was far removed from the stage. 

As the source asserted, “Everything she does is theatrical and creative.” These include “all her fashion shows, her book, her makeup” as “it is all part of her art.”

Meanwhile, speculations about Rihanna and the Super Bowl Halftime Show first emerged earlier on Sunday. It was after reports claimed she was “in talks” to headline the event, which will occur in February 2023.

TMZ learned from sources with direct knowledge that the “Ocean’s Eight” actress had “multiple discussions” with NFL and Roc Nation about the matter.

While there were no clarifications at the time, the tipsters told the outlet that the NFL might reveal the decision as early as Sunday afternoon.

Amid the reports’ emergence that day, Rihanna appeared to have “slyly affirmed” that she will perform at the Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show next year, according to Variety.

It came as she shared a photo of an NFL-branded football on her official Instagram account. The image also shows her hand, holding the said football, although she did not include any caption in the post.

A few hours later, NFL and Roc Nation released official statements, announcing the “Where Have You Been” singer’s participation.

The publication quoted Seth Dudowsky, NFL’s head of music, in a statement, saying, “We are thrilled to welcome Rihanna to the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show stage. Rihanna is a once-in-a-generation artist who has been a cultural force throughout her career.”

It continues, “We look forward to collaborating with Rihanna, Roc Nation, and Apple Music to bring fans another historic Halftime Show performance.”