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Rihanna has a surprise for her seniors who recreated her Super Bowl Halftime performance in a viral TikTok


Rihanna has an adorable surprise for all the elderly women from the Kentucky Senior Living Center who recreated part of her performance from the Super Bowl Halftime Show.

In case you’ve been away from social media, a group of seniors from the Arcadia Senior Living Facility of Bowling Green, Kentucky, went viral on TikTok after they posted a video to the platform, of which they were impassioned choreography for part of Rihanna’s much-talked-about Super Bowl performance. 2023. Although the video has garnered millions of views and thousands of comments from netizens, it seems to have caught the attention of the diamond hitmaker as well. And now, she has sent a sweet surprise to her elderly fans. Read on to find out what it is.

Rihanna’s sweet surprise for the elderly Kentucky women from the Senior Living Center

According to Buzzfeed, Rihanna sent her elderly fans a huge bouquet of 100 fragrant white roses that she lives in at the Arcadia Living Facility. Along with the bouquet, Rihanna also sent them a note praising their dance, calling it “amazing”.

Rihanna (Photo: NFL YouTube)

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Paige Oakes, the center’s director of community relations, told the media that they had been waiting for Rihanna’s response all this time. However, they weren’t sure if she watched their video since she keeps so busy. She added that it made their day at the center of the facility knowing the 35-year-old pop giant has time to watch and enjoy his re-creation, too.

Rihanna’s Super Bowl Halftime Show

The now viral TikTok video features elderly women dancing to Rihanna’s 2009 hit song Rude Boy.

In the video, we first see 11 elderly women dressed in white, like the pop star’s backup dancers. One by one, they move to the side, revealing another senior citizen wearing a red outfit, similar to Rihanna’s red ensemble at the Super Bowl. Then you take a microphone and sync the song.

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.