The full entertainment lineup for the 2023 Super Bowl has arrived.
In addition to Rihanna’s highly anticipated halftime performance, a number of additional Hollywood heavyweights are joining the major sporting event as pre-show performers.
The NFL announced Tuesday that Emmy-winning actress Sheryl Lee Ralph will perform “Lift Every Voice and Sing” on the pre-show. The “Abbott Elementary” star notably sang on stage while accepting her Emmy award in 2022.
Joining Ralph in the pre-show festivities is Grammy-winning country music artist Chris Stapleton, who has been tapped to sing the national anthem. R&B crooner Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds will also perform, with a rendition of “America the Beautiful.”
According to a statement from the NFL, each interpreter will be accompanied by a talent to provide American Sign Language (ASL) on behalf of the National Association of the Deaf (NAD).
Oscar winner Troy Kotsur will sign the national anthem alongside Stapleton. Kotsur won a supporting actor Oscar in 2022 for his work in “CODA”, becoming the second deaf person to win an acting Oscar after Marlee Matlin.
In case you need more Super Bowl LVII hype ahead of the Feb. 12 game, here’s our sweet reminder that Rihanna posted a teaser on her Instagram to keep you going until then.