Twitter is here for Rihanna's Super Bowl halftime performance

If you saw Rihanna's performance at Super Bowl LXXVII, you won't be disappointed. After returning to the locker room with the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles, Rihanna took the Apple Music stage for the Super Bowl halftime show and kicked off her performance with her song "Bitch Better Have My Money." Celebrities and fans alike on Twitter are here to watch every exciting show come next — and RiRi reveals exactly who tonight's "Run This Town" will be.

While promoting her halftime show last week, Rihanna discussed the setlist she prepared for the show, which must last 13 minutes. "That's the hardest, toughest part, deciding how to maximize the 13 minutes and also celebrate at the same time," the nine-time Grammy winner told reporters, according to Rolling Stone .

"That's what that show is about. It's going to be a celebration of my catalog and putting it together in the best way that we can," she continued. "You're trying to cram 17 years of work into 13 minutes, so it's difficult. So we had to lose some songs, which is okay, but I think we did a good job of narrowing it down. There are probably about 39 versions now 's playlist." Judging by the reaction on Twitter, it seems she made the right choice.

Although Rihanna performed hits like "Umbrella" and "Run This Town" and had collaborator Jay-Z on hand, she didn't need any surprise special guests to give the audience what they wanted thing. Some can't help but wonder how some of them, namely Kanye West, must be considering not being included.

Many fans took to Twitter to speculate that Rihanna was using the performance to secretly announce her pregnancy about nine months after giving birth to her first child. (After all, she did tease a surprise special guest last week.) After the show, the singer's rep confirmed she's giving birth to her second child.

Other fans compared the stage design to classic video games, but were more enchanted by the true splendor of the Rihanna Bowl.

Overall, fans seem to agree that Rihanna won this year's Super Bowl.