Rihanna's Super Bowl Half time Show director talks show's 'lunacy'
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Rihanna’s Super Bowl Half time Show director talks show’s ‘lunacy’

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Rihanna’s Super Bowl Halftime Show director weighs in on how he felt while prepping the singer’s performance.

The Half time show director, Hamish Hamilton, broke it all down during a candid chat with ET.

He started it all off by hailing Rihanna for agreeing to a suspended set where she hovered over State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, singing B**** Better Have My Money.

And even went as far as to brand her plans for the performance as ‘sheer lunacy’.

Per Hamilton, “There was a huge amount of respect for the endeavor that we were taking on. I think, given the ambition of the idea, the kind of lunacy, almost, in some ways, of the idea, I think anybody who was going to kind of tell the world was like, ‘You know what? Let me keep the secret ‘.”

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