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Rihanna Explains Why She's Not Considering the Super Bowl 2020 Halftime Show - Watch!

Rihanna knows her fans are impatiently awaiting new music – but they’re going to have to wait a little bit longer.

The 31-year-old Fenty Beauty entrepreneur addressed questions about her upcoming album, as well as the likelihood of her performing at the 2020 Super Bowl, in an interview on the red carpet with ET at her Savage x Fenty fashion show at Barclays Center in New York City.

“I still got an album to finish. You gonna ask me about Super Bowl? My fans about to have my neck,” she joked with the interviewer.

She also addressed her long-awaited return to music.

“Whatever I do is gonna be confident whether it’s the album, perfume, lingerie, makeup, or fashion,” she said after being asked when she will release an LP. “Y’all gonna have to wait. Navy, I’m so sorry,” she said.

Watch Rihanna answer questions inside…

Jennifer Lopez Addresses Whether She's Performing at the Super Bowl in 2020 - Watch!

Jennifer Lopez is addressing the rumors!

The 50-year-old “Let’s Get Loud” entertainer made an appearance at SiriusXM’s New York studios for a special interview with Hoda Kotb on Tuesday (September 10) in New York City.

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During the interview, Jennifer was given a “money gun” to fire off if she didn’t want to answer a question. When asked about the rumors of her performing at the Super Bowl in 2020, she stayed quiet: “I…don’t know, I don’t know,” she said.

She was also asked whether she wants to have more children. Later on, she spoke of her relationship with Alex Rodriguez and got emotional discussing the positive feedback to her new film, Hustlers.

The full hour of Hoda Kotb and Jennifer Lopez can be heard on The Hoda Show on SiriusXM’s TODAY Show Radio channel 108 this Monday, September 16, at 1 p.m. ET.

Watch Jennifer Lopez‘s reactions to the questions inside…

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Jay-Z Reacts to Rumors of Rihanna Performing Super Bowl 2020 Halftime Show

Jay-Z is addressing rumors.

The 49-year-old rapper and business mogul responded to questions after news broke on Tuesday (August 13) that Jay‘s Roc Nation will be entering into a long-term partnership with the NFL as live music entertainment strategists.

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When asked whether Rih would be performing at the Super Bowl halftime show in 2020, he said: “You have to ask her. That’s a tough question.”

Rihanna turned down the Super Bowl halftime show in 2019 in support of Colin Kaepernick amid the kneeling controversy.

Click here to see who Just Jared readers voted as their ideal Super Bowl 2020 performer!

Who Should Perform at Super Bowl Halftime Show 2020?

Super Bowl LIV is still a while away, but there are already rumblings about the next Super Bowl halftime performer!

With Jennifer Lopez hinting at the idea that she’d be open to performing at the big game, we want to know: who do you think should perform at the upcoming game being held at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla. on February 2, 2020?

There are plenty of acts who’ve gotten fan support and petitions over the years, but still haven’t hit the stage, including Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson, Pink and Rihanna.

Who do you think should perform at the show? Vote below – we’ll reveal the results right here on Monday, July 22 at 12 p.m. ET.More Here! »

When Is Super Bowl 2019? Date, Time, & Location Revealed!

It’s 2019 Super Bowl weekend, and we’ve got all the info you need ahead of the big game!

This year, the New England Patriots will be taking on the Los Angeles Rams.

The official kickoff time for the 53rd Super Bowl will be at 6:30 pm ET on Sunday (February 3), and it’s set to take place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. The game will be airing on CBS, and streamed for free on CBSSports.com or the CBS Sports app, as well as CBS All Access.

Pregame, Gladys Knight will perform the national anthem and Chloe X Halle will sing “America the Beautiful.”

Maroon 5, Big Boi and Travis Scott are set to perform at the halftime show, and fans are hoping they bring out some special guest performers, too!

Will you be watching the 2019 Super Bowl?

Every Super Bowl Halftime Show Performer from 2000 to Now!

The Super Bowl is just days away and we’re taking a look back at all of the halftime shows performed in the past 20 years!

Some of the best artists ever have taken the stage during the halftime show to entertain over 100 million people watching at home.

Among the memorable shows were 2004′s infamous show with Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake (which actually had four other major performers!), Beyonce‘s reunion with Destiny’s Child in 2013, and Lady Gaga flying from the ceiling to the ground for her 2017 spectacle.

We’ve gathered all the info from the past 20 years of halftime shows, including every performer and guest performer, as well as every song that was performed.

Click through the slideshow to see every Halftime Show performer for the past 20 years…