Rihanna’s music career has accumulated more than 30 awards for her music, but for the first time she wanted to add an Oscar to her long list of recognitions, with the song “Wake Me Up” on the soundtrack of “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”.
She from Barbados didn’t manage to take the set that went “RRR” to ‘Naatu Naatu’, but she dazzled at the gala with her performance and 3 incredible outfits.
Before he knew if he had won a statuette at the Hollywood Academy Awards, the singer took the stage of the Dolby Theater to perform the song ‘Rhythm and Blues’, which he paid tribute to the late actor Chadwick Boseman, the star of the first film. ‘Black Panther’ and other films from the Marvel world.
Afterwards, Rihanna returned to the stage to perform ‘Wake Me Up’ for the soundtrack of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever for which she wished to win an Oscar.
He won the open dining room and put all the attention of the singer in immense anticipation. Until a few months ago, with his appearance at the Super Bowl, the artist had been away from the scene for seven years.
In the design of the show in black, like the appearance of the second night, decorated with glass curtains by the firms of Maison Margela and John Galliano, the artist managed to make the audience stand with thanksgiving and the emotion with which he interpreted. a song