The property Rihanna rented for the Super Bowl
Rihanna stayed in a luxurious property in the town of Paradise Valley, which reportedly cost $85,000 per night.
Rihanna made headlines with her Super Bowl halftime performance, and it looks like the singer spared no expense in terms of accommodations during her stay in Arizona.
The show reached a total of 118.7 million viewers according to Fox Sports, meaning more people tuned in to watch the 34-year-old perform for the first time in years than the game itself.
Rihanna dazzled fans by performing 12 of her biggest songs, including ‘B—- Better Have My Money,’ ‘Rude Boy,’ ‘Work,’ ‘Umbrella,’ and ‘Diamonds’, with roughly 800 people involved in getting the production off the ground.
Rihanna went all out for her rental property
Just like she did for her performance, Rihanna also went all out when it comes to where she stayed while in Arizona for the Super Bowl show.
TMZ Sports reports Rihanna rented a home that is close to 30 miles from State Farm Stadium in the town of Paradise Valley.
The outlet reports Rihanna spent six nights at the 6,400 square foot house located at the case of Camelback Mountain, which came with a $85,000 per night price tag. That means the singer spent more than $500,000 on the rental house out in the desert.
The house features five bedrooms, five bathrooms, two living rooms, a private gym and a walk-in wine cellar.
As for outside, the backyard has a huge pool with a built-in waterfall, as well as several other amenities.
“Between bocce ball, pickle ball, heated pool, heated spa, beautiful outdoor ambiance and a really nice music system that makes sense,” said Katrina Barrett, the listing agent for the property when it sold last February.
How much is Rihanna worth?
Given the singer is a self-made billionaire with a net worth of $1.4 billion, it’s no surprise she was able to afford the rental property.
The singer didn’t make any money from her Super Bowl performance, which is the custom. Instead, the performance was a chance for Rihanna to receive huge exposure, especially since she hadn’t performed in front of a live audience in years.
It also helped boost her song sales, with Luminate reporting her songs saw a 390 percent increase in sales following her Super Bowl performance. Her catalog also saw a 140 percent surge in on-demand streams in the United States.