Rihanna’s halftime performance at Super Bowl LVII on Sunday was watched by millions around the world, but her performance wasn’t well-received by everyone — including former WWE star Bill Goldberg.
Goldberg shared his feelings on his CarCast podcast in the days after the Super Bowl.
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Goldberg stretches before his match during the World Wrestling Entertainment Crown Jewel pay-per-view on October 21, 2021 in the Saudi capital, Riyadh. (FAYEZ NURELDINE/AFP via Getty Images)
“I thought Rihanna was fucking awful,” he said. “I was disgusted by it. That’s all. Let’s just put it that way. I thought it was horrible.”
Rihanna’s performance received mixed reviews, with tons of people enjoying the performance as she went down the list and hit hit after hit, but others were put off by some antics during the show, such as putting her hand near her crotch and her to lay up to her nose.
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Rihanna, who dressed all in red for her first live performance in seven years, stunned fans when it was announced she is pregnant with her second child. (Getty Images)
He praised Chris Stapleton’s pre-game performance of the national anthem. Goldberg said he liked it because he wasn’t “grabbing his crotch every 15 seconds” or “doing it all over himself.”
Rihanna’s halftime show drew 118.7 million viewers, while the game itself drew 113 million viewers.
In response, the pro wrestler known as MVP also interfered in the performance, but shot at the critics.
Goldberg shared his feelings about Rihanna’s halftime performance at the Super Bowl on his CarCast podcast. (Getty Images)
“I’ve noticed that a lot of people who find Rihanna offensive or are ‘disgusted’ by her performance at the SB don’t mind at all a presidential candidate bragging about, ‘Women on (cat emoji) or a first lady.’ pack naked post. Interesting…” he wrote.
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“Serious question. Didn’t see SB’s halftime show. he added.