Adele wears Fendi suit in support of Rihanna’s halftime comeback
The ‘Rolling in the Deep’ singer looked sharp and not so Super Bowl festive, wearing a Fendi business suit to Rihanna’s big comeback performance.
Adele was dressed for success as she cheered on music industry pal Rihanna from the sidelines at Sunday’s Super Bowl LVII. The Grammy Award winning songstress wore a Fendi designer ensemble, statement sunglasses, and a matching Fendi brown woolen bag.
Too sharp for football
Sunday’s football championship saw a close match between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles at the Arizona State Farm Stadium, with the Chiefs taking home the trophy.
Many of the packed house and nearly 100 million people watching the Super Bowl 2023 from home were really there to see Rihanna do her first live performance in seven years, and apparently Adele was no exception.
The singer sat in the stands wearing a Fendi designer suit.
Adele’s fans laughing
Adele fans are taking to social media to discuss the singer’s true intentions in going to the Super Bowl championship.
“She dgaf about american football she’s just there for riri,” one fan commented.
“She looks like that rich mom in movies who came to school to support and watch her son on a football game. Love her,” another laughed. “You just got to love her,” a third chimed in.
The performance lowdown
Adele picked up seven Grammy nominations for her album ‘30′ and song ‘Easy on Me’.
The Super Bowl is one of the most-watched events televised in the United States, with commercial ad space going for millions of dollars, and the best of the best of music industry talent carrying the pre-game ceremony and half time show.
For Super Bowl 57, country music sensation Chris Stapleton sang the national anthem, while Babyface sang ‘America the Beautiful’ and Sheryl Lee Ralph sang ‘Lift Every Voice and Sing’.
The 2023 Super Bowl emphasized American Sign Language with each performance, as Justina Miles made a huge splash as she performed the opening ceremonies as well as the halftime show in flawless ASL.
For the first time in Super Bowl history, the program included an ASL (American Sign Language) rendition of “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” by Justina Miles, who also performed in ASL the music of Rhianna during the halftime show.