Rihanna has teased she's playing both the Super Bowl and the Grammy Awards in a new CBS promo video.
The 'FourFiveSeconds' singer appeared in the clip promoting the broadcast of both events.
In the video she's seen walking through a football ground in a sparkly gold dress and heels before she is greeted with three NFL sports broadcasters, Jim Nantz, Phil Simms and James Brown.
And all four compete in a face-off officiated by 'Late Show' host Stephen Colbert, who tosses a coin to see which event goes first.
NFL's Jim Nantz, responds: "We go first."
And after it's announced that the Super Bowl leads, Rihanna simply teased: "I'm worth the wait."
It seems more than likely that Rihanna - who is also yet to release her eighth studio album 'Anti' - could be linked to a slot at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on February 15.
And as well she is also rumoured to be playing the Super Bowl half time show with Coldplay on February 7.
The 27-year-old singer could also be hinting that her eagerly-anticipated album could be on its way soon.
However, both Rihanna and her representatives are keeping tight-lipped about her much-delayed record and the two performance slots.
And we are still awaiting the final 'ANTIdiaRy' teaser video, in which RiRi is expected to reveal a release date for the LP.