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Rihanna delivers a stellar live performance while pregnant yet again

The singer performed her single ‘Lift Me Up’ on the Oscars stage, making it her second performance while pregnant.

Rihanna delivers a stellar live performance while pregnant yet again

After an enthralling return to the stage for the Super Bowl Halftime performance, the singer stuns fans yet again with another live performance, while pregnant. Rihanna performed her latest song ‘Lift Me Up’ at the 95th Annual Academy Awards.

‘Lift Me Up’ is Rihanna’s first solo music released since her 2016 album ‘Anti.’ The R&B ballad is the lead single for the soundtrack album for the 2022 superhero movie ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.’

‘Lift Me Up’ is also nominated for Best Original Song at tonight’s Academy Awards. Typically the Oscars invite all Best Original Song nominees to perform their music throughout the award show.

The song also snagged a Golden Globe, Kids’ Choice Award, and Critics’ Choice Movie Awards nomination.

A red carpet entrance

Rihanna set the tone for this legendary performance with her gorgeous red carpet look. The singer wore her hair up in a spikey bun with silver eye makeup and her classic go-to bright red lip.

After being spotted walking into the Oscars theatre in a grey Eagles T-shirt and Black Vans sneakers she changed into a stunning black Alaïa dress with a leather train and sheer mesh panel at the torso to show off her growing baby bump.

Her second live performance while pregnant

For her performance, the singer wore a stunning beaded coordinating set with a black sheer bra top and matching pants. Rihanna accessorized with black gloves and various pieces of silver jewelry including a bracelet, earrings, and layered necklaces.

The singer was sure to show off her baby bump again with her second outfit for her performance. Fans were quick to praise the pop star for her outstanding performance online


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