Rihanna performs during the halftime show of Super Bowl LVII in Glendale, Arizona, on February 12. Photo: ANGELA WEISS/Getty Images
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Rihanna Rented an $85,000-Per-Night Mansion for the Super Bowl

The superstar spent the six days leading up to the game camped out in a sprawling five-bedroom Arizona home

Between Rihanna running her billion-dollar beauty empire, giving birth for the first time ten months ago, and breaking the internet with her Superbowl LVII performance and second pregnancy announcement, it’s safe to call her the Queen of Everything these days.

For the week leading up to her now iconic Superbowl performance, Rihanna of course stayed in Arizona where the biggest football game of the year was held. According to sources who spoke to TMZ, the singer rented a massive manse in a town called Paradise Valley and it’s precisely the kind of place we’d expect RiRi to rest her feet.

The Savage X Fenty creator and her entourage rented a five-bedroom, five-bathroom Spanish-inspired mansion at a cost of $85,000 a night. That’s about $510,000 in total for the billionaire’s six-night stay. There was ample room for the makeup mogul and her crew, as the desert property is spread out over 6,434 square feet.

A sprawling manicured front lawn with a red brick footpath leads to the entrance of the house. Once inside, apart from a mix of very high coffered and beamed ceilings, along with a few Spanish-style archways, the decor is thoroughly modern. The palette is full of calming neutrals like white walls and ceilings, and blond hardwood floors throughout most of the house. A large formal living room boasts a fireplace and a piano, while a more laid-back family room shares space with an office area. A separate study with built-in shelving sits elsewhere in the house.

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In the kitchen, cabinetry in a shade similar to the flooring along with gold hardware complements a large white island with gold veining which faces a wide window that opens up to the outdoors. The kitchen seamlessly flows into a formal dining area whose walls open up to a less formal dining setup in a covered outdoor space. From there, one can easily view the checkerboard-style lawn with its mix of grass and large, flat stone pavers. There is also a fireplace with built-in lounge seating atop a platform with a waterfall that feeds into a cerulean blue-colored pool. The rest of the grounds are of course just as impressive with an outdoor kitchen, a bocce court, a separate multi-sport games court, and even an area for miniature golf.