After an iconic halftime performance, Rihanna is set to perform her new song, ‘Lift Me Up,’ at this year’s Oscars. ‘Lift Me Up,’ from the soundtrack of ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’, is also nominated for Best Original Song at the award ceremony.
In an Instagram post, Rihanna shares a photo of her new baby looking sad along with a couple of throwback videos and pictures. She captions the post, “my son when he found out his sibling is going to the Oscars and not him”.
She also shared a short clip of the infant watching her music video for Lift Me Up on a laptop, as he sat on her lap at a dining room table.
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Rihanna won the award in 2019 for her hit Shallow from the film ‘A Star Is Born’, in which she also starred alongside Bradley Cooper.
Lift Me Up has earned Rihanna multiple nominations throughout the 2023 awards season, including at the Golden Globes and Critics Choice Awards.
Where and When to Watch The 2023 Oscars
For anyone planning to view their Oscars viewing via traditional cable, ABC is the premiere destination: according to the Academy Awards’ website, the ceremony will be streaming for free on respective local ABC stations.
How to stream the 2023 Oscars
As far as streaming, the Oscars will be available via Hulu+ Live TV, YouTubeTV, FuboTV, and DirectTV Stream (which also encompasses AT&T TV.) All four services offer free trials ideal for one-night-only viewing. For any viewers who use American Sign Language (ASL), the Oscars’ YouTube channel will air an accompanying ASL live stream hosted by Deaf interpreters.
The 2023 Academy Awards will air live from Los Angeles’ Dolby Theater on Sunday, March 12, at 5 P.M. PT/8 P.M. ET. For a full list of nominations, see here.
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