Observant viewers have suggested they have figured out what Adele said just before Rihanna’s halftime show at the Super Bowl.
Although it is difficult to hear her, some viewers claim that she said, “She’ll have some weed and she’ll be like [calm emoji] she’ll be fab, she’ll be fab.”
Despite Adele’s initial statement earlier this month that she was “going just for Rihanna,” it seems she wasn’t too interested in the game itself.
However, it was not just Adele who was present, as a slew of celebrities such as Bradley Cooper, Gordon Ramsay, and Jay Z also attended the game.
Rihanna put on a dazzling performance and received admiration from the audience, who praised her decision not to invite any surprise guests to join her on stage.
The singer performed several of her hit songs, including “Diamonds,” “We Found Love,” and “Rude Boy,” while also revealing that she was expecting her second child.
The Super Bowl is one of the world’s most significant stages for entertainers, and as Rihanna remarked before her performance, “It is an entertainer’s dream to be on a stage like that.”
Everyone be quiet, Rihanna is about to perform #SuperBowl pic.twitter.com/cl6oLRu8Lo
— Adele Access (@AdeleAccess) February 13, 2023
Adele’s presence at the Super Bowl caused quite a stir on social media, with fans excitedly speculating on her potential appearance alongside Rihanna.
However, Adele made it clear that her focus was solely on the Barbadian singer, whom she had long admired.
It seems that Adele’s words before the performance may have had some connection to Rihanna’s apparent composure and self-assurance on stage.
One viewer’s interpretation of Adele’s lip movements suggests that she may have mentioned marijuana and complimented the singer’s ability to handle the performance despite it. Of course, it’s impossible to know for sure what Adele said, and any suggestion of drug use is pure speculation.
Regardless of what was said, Rihanna certainly proved to be a formidable performer, putting on a show that delighted audiences and demonstrated her range and talent as a musician.