Super Bowl 57 Halftime Show Betting Props on Rihanna’s Performance

  • BetOnline and Bovada offer a number of props on Rihanna’s Super Bowl halftime performance  
  • Don’t Stop the Music (+300) is favored to be the first song of this year’s halftime show
  • Super Bowl 57 kicks off from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 12 at 6:30pm ET on FOX

Rihanna’s first live performance in five years will come at halftime of this year’s Super Bowl in Arizona. The Barbados-born singer is one of the biggest-selling female artists of all-time, but she hasn’t put out an album since 2016.

What will be her first song? What will she wear? Who might make a cameo? Before we look at the props for the Super Bowl 57 Halftime Show, here’s where you can find the best 2023 Super Bowl betting tips and smart advice on how to bet on Halftime Super Bowl Prop Bets.

Halftime Show – First Song

First songBovada
Don't Stop the Music+300
What's My Name+350
Lift Me Up+500
We Found Love+550
Where Have You Been+800
Needed Me+1500
Rude Boy+1500
Hate That I Love You+2000

What will be Rihanna’s opener?

Don’t Stop the Music (+300) is a dance floor favorite from the Caribbean Queen’s third studio album, Good Girl Gone Bad (2007). The Grammy-nominated tune was a bigger worldwide hit than What’s My Name (+350), but her on-off relationship with Drake helped make the latter soar. Lift Me Up (+500) recently landed the Caribbean Queen her first-ever Oscar nomination for ‘Best Original Song’. While it might be on the setlist, it’s hard to imagine RiRi opening with the ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever‘ track.

Umbrella (+550) is a strong bet as the song features Jay-Z. Both he and Rihanna once turned down the chance to headline the Super Bowl Halftime Show in the past. But, the Roc Nation founder is producing Rihanna’s return to the stage after overseeing last year’s ode to old-school L.A. hip hop.

Halftime Show – Color Of First Outfit


What will RiRi wear first?

Given that Rihanna is smoking hot in any color, this one is much harder to handicap than the yearly “What Color of Gatorade?” Super Bowl bet. The songstress appeared in a recent Instagram teaser video in a black halter-neck stirrup jumpsuit and stilettos, but it’s not like she’s going to re-wear the same outfit. She is a pop star, after all.

Black (+175) is the chalk pick followed by Gold (+500), Red (+500), Silver/Grey (+550). Following some arduous research that involved me looking at various Google images of the 34-year-old, I’m going to roll the dice with White (+700). Since it’s harder to hide flaws while wearing white, it would be quite the flex for Rihanna in her return.

UmbrellaRihanna's 1st Outfit
Bet now
WhiteRihanna's 1st Outfit
Bet now

Halftime Show – Rihanna’s Performance

To occur during performanceBovada
Rihanna to confirm her lyrics were censored by NFL-105
Rihanna to open an umbrella+275
A$AP Rocky to appear on stage+300
Jay Z to appear on stage+500
Drake to appear on stage+500
Rihanna to suffer wardrobe malfunction+500
Rihanna to wear a bucket hat+700
Rihanna to announce she is pregnant+800
Rihanna to announce her son's name+800
Rihanna to trip and fall over+1600
Rihanna to propose marriage to A$AP Rocky+2500

Who could make a cameo?

You can bet on a number of things happening during Rihanna’s halftime performance. Including, whether the singer will confirm her lyrics were censored by NFL (-105), will open an umbrella on stage (+275), or will wear a bucket hat (+700). You can even wager on a slip and fall (+1600), a marriage proposal (+2500), and of course, the Janet Jackson special. A wardrobe malfunction (+500).

Among possible cameos are her boyfriend A$AP Rocky (+300), her one-time lover and collaborator Drake (+500), and the aforementioned Jay Z (+500) – which is probably the most likely scenario.

Jay Z to appearRihanna's Halftime Show
Bet now

See below the top sportsbooks where you can wager online and choose the best one for you:




50% up to $1,000

Bet Now




100% up to $1,000

Bet Now




125% Sports Bonus - up to $2,500

Bet Now
Steve Starr

Steve is the quintessential American sports enthusiast. He has mastered the art of Sundays, devoting them to football, and barbecue parties. He proudly wears the hats of a good father, husband and a great dog owner. Aside from his decades of contributing to different top-tier sports publications, Steve has also found his niche on Twitter, where he publishes funny and relatable sports-related insights. When he's not busy tweeting, Steve loves to watch each game unfold live. He possesses an innate talent for finding humor in the sports world, appreciating both the thrilling moments and the comedic mishaps that make each event unique.

The safest Super Bowl betting websites Here!