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Sunday, February 12, 2023

"Call me when you get tired of Rihanna" - Roseanne Barr shoots her shot at ASAP Rocky via Instagram DM

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Roseanne Barr has shot her shot at ASAP Rocky via Instagram DM. 

Information reads: "You miss all the shots you don't take comedian, #RoseanneBarr slides in #ASAPRocky’s DMs and shoots her shot."

Roseanne Barr wrote: "Call me when you get tired of Rihanna."

The Super Bowl is the annual final playoff game of the National Football League (NFL), to determine the league champion.

This year, the Philadelphia Eagles will face the Kansas City Chiefs at the State Farm Stadium in Arizona.

The Super Bowl LVII (the Roman numerals signify this is the 57th year) will take place on Sunday 12 February, with kick-off at 23:30 GMT (18:30 ET/16:30 MST).

The game usually lasts about three-and-a-half hours, with a 30-minute break in the middle, which is where an A-list pop star is hired to keep the crowds entertained.

Lift Me Up, which features on the soundtrack to the Black Panther sequel, marked Rihanna's first new solo single for six years and has been nominated for an Oscar.

Fans hope that the 34-year-old's Super Bowl performance could signal a bigger musical comeback later this year.

The singer said on Thursday it was initially "scary" to accept the invitation and take on one of music's biggest stages. "I haven't been on stage for seven years," she said, speaking at a press conference ahead of the big game.

But she said that it was important to her to be "representing for immigrants, representing for my country, Barbados, representing for black women everywhere".

In the US, it will air on Fox, and also be streamed on the Fox Sports website and app, the NFL+ app, as well as Hulu, fuboTV, Roku TV and Sling TV.

Rihanna won't be the only star involved in the Super Bowl proceedings. Coda star Troy Kotsur, who won an Oscar last year for his performance in the Apple TV film, will sign US national anthem this year.

Nobody knows for sure which songs will make the cut. Half-time show set lists and a performer's special guests are shrouded in secrecy to ensure fans are surprised on the night.

"The setlist was the biggest challenge," Rihanna told Apple Music on Thursday. "You're trying to cram 17 years of work into 13 minutes."

But the star should be able to squeeze in quite a few of her many hits, particularly as performers often play only short snippets of some songs so they can cover more of their back catalogue.

Speculating about the possible song list is part of the fun for fans. Gossip outlet Deuxmoi quoted a source last week who suggested Rihanna would stick to her older, best-known hits, but added that the set list is being constantly tweaked and polished.

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