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Rihanna puts on leggy display in a bulky DMX sweatshirt and shorts while grocery shopping… as she says she’s ‘nervous’ for Super Bowl halftime show

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Rihanna showed off her long legs after shopping at Bristol Farms in West Hollywood on Tuesday.

The 34-year-old singer–songwriter was dressed casually and comfortably with a bulky black sweatshirt honoring the late rapper DMX.

A photo of the X Gon’ Give It To Ya rapper was positioned in the middle of her chest with his date of birth, December 18, 1970, down the right sleeve.

Leggy: Rihanna showed off her long legs after shopping at Bristol Farms in West Hollywood on Tuesday

Leggy: Rihanna showed off her long legs after shopping at Bristol Farms in West Hollywood on Tuesday

She wore a pair of tiny athletic shorts that her hoodie almost completely covered, and she walked in dark blue sandals. 

While she tried to go incognito with thick black sunglasses and her hair brushed in toward her face, TMZ caught up with her in the parking lot.

When asked how she felt about performing at the Super Bowl halftime show, the Diamonds singer responded, ‘I’m nervous, but I’m excited.’ 

Bulky sweater: The 34-year-old singer-songwriter wore a bulky black sweater in honor of late rapper DMX

Bulky sweater: The 34-year-old singer-songwriter wore a bulky black sweater in honor of late rapper DMX

Not so incognito: While she tried to go incognito with thick black sunglasses and her hair brushed in toward her face, TMZ caught up with her in the parking lot

Not so incognito: While she tried to go incognito with thick black sunglasses and her hair brushed in toward her face, TMZ caught up with her in the parking lot

First live performance in over five years! Rihanna said she was 'nervous' when asked by TMZ about her upcoming Super Bowl halftime performance

First live performance in over five years! Rihanna said she was ‘nervous’ when asked by TMZ about her upcoming Super Bowl halftime performance

The interviewer then asked who she might bring on as a special guest, but the Umbrella singer simply shrugged her shoulders.   

TMZ  previously reported that a list with 50 names of potential Super Bowl guest performers exists though it could be nearly anyone she has worked with before. 

The prior halftime show on February 13 — featuring Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige and Snoop Dogg — amassed 103.4M viewers and won three Creative Arts Emmys.

In 2019, the Savage x Fenty founder turned down the NFL’s offer to headline the halftime show due to San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling protest of police brutality and racial inequality in the US during the Star-Spangled Banner.

Turning it down: The Savage x Fenty founder turned down the NFL's offer to headline the halftime show due to San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's kneeling protest of police brutality/racial inequality in the States during the Star-Spangled Banner (pictured 2016)

Turning it down: The Savage x Fenty founder turned down the NFL’s offer to headline the halftime show due to San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling protest of police brutality/racial inequality in the States during the Star-Spangled Banner (pictured 2016)

Partnership: It's worth noting that the Believe It singer's Roc Nation label boss Jay-Z signed a multiyear partnership with the NFL in 2019, and he's one of the executive producers and 'strategic entertainment advisor' for the next halftime show (pictured 2010)

Partnership: It’s worth noting that the Believe It singer’s Roc Nation label boss Jay-Z signed a multiyear partnership with the NFL in 2019, and he’s one of the executive producers and ‘strategic entertainment advisor’ for the next halftime show (pictured 2010)

‘Absolutely. I couldn’t dare do that,’ Rihanna told Vogue at the time.

‘For what? Who gains from that? Not my people. I just couldn’t be a sellout. I couldn’t be an enabler. There’s things within that organization that I do not agree with at all, and I was not about to go and be of service to them in any way.’

It’s worth noting that the Believe It singer’s Roc Nation label boss Jay-Z signed a multiyear partnership with the NFL in 2019, and he’s one of the executive producers and ‘strategic entertainment advisor’ for the next halftime show.

‘Rihanna is a generational talent, a woman of humble beginnings who has surpassed expectations at every turn,’ the 52-year-old rap mogul (born Shawn Carter) told the NFL last month.

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