Rihanna has confirmed that she’ll performing live at the Grammy Awards next month, in the wake of a new promotional video short also teasing a possible guest appearance at the Super Bowl 50 halftime show.

TV network CBS released the clip to promote three key events they’re covering in February 2016 – the annual American football showdown, the Grammy Awards and the ongoing ‘Late Show with Stephen Colbert’.

Set on a computer-generated football field, it features the Barbadian-born singer facing off against NFL analysts Jim Nantz, James Brown and Phil Simms, while chat show host Colbert appears as a referee and tosses a coin. One side of the coin bears the Grammy Awards logo while the Super Bowl 50 emblem is seen on the other.

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After the toss, Nantz demands “we go first”, to which RiRi replies “I’m worth the wait” – a cheeky reference to the aeon for which she’s kept her fans waiting ahead of her eighth album Anti.

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Nantz and Rihanna high-five each other before walking away, and Colbert is seen scurrying after her in order to retrieve the coin.

Since then, Rihanna has confirmed she’ll be performing at the 2016 Grammy Awards, believed to be held on February 15th, but the video raises the possibility that the 27 year old might also be taking part in the Super Bowl halftime show, as headliners Coldplay recorded the duet ‘Princess of China’ with Rihanna a few years ago.

Beyonce is already known to be playing a part in the halftime show at the annual showcase, held this year in San Francisco on February 7th. Last year’s broadcast, which saw Katy Perry and the infamous ‘Left Shark’ headline the halftime show, attracted a record-breaking 114.4 million viewers.

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