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Rihanna Launching Fashion Label

Posted By LolaDub on Jun 22, 2008 at 6:49AM

If you are a fan of Rihanna's funky style, you're in luck because chances are the Barbados beauty will be launching her own fashion line in the near future.

"I love fashion so much," she says. "I'm a very creative person, so I can see that happening very soon."

Rihanna has a really good sense for fashion. What's cool about her style is that it's so much more different than what is out there right now. She's not afraid to be different whether it's with a funky haircut or even with her choice of outfits. So there is a great chance that her clothing line is gonna rock!
http://style.hollyscoop.com/rihanna/rihanna-launching-fashion-label_649....

Rihanna To Launch Movie Career

Posted By LolaDub on May 16, 2008 at 5:23AM

was only a matter of time. Rihanna has expressed interest into getting into acting.

She says, "I don't know how good I'll be at it, but it's something that I want to try."

Rihanna is reportedly gonna star in the upcoming flick Mama Black Widow which is the story of a black family's migration from the South in the 1930s.

Hey if you have the opportunity why not try it right? Do you guys think Rihanna will be a good actress?
http://movies.hollyscoop.com/rihanna/rihanna-to-launch-movie-career_658....

Rihanna is set to make pop chart history

Posted By LolaDub on May 15, 2008 at 7:45AM

Rihanna is all set to make pop chart history in America on Thursday when she becomes the female artist with the biggest jump to number one on the Billboard Hot 100.

Her Take a Bow is expected to rocket to the top of the singles chart from a lowly 53, thanks to a whopping 267,000 digital download sales.

The song’s jump is the second-best leap to the top, trailing only Rihanna’s duet partners Maroon 5 who scored a number one with Makes Me Wonder a year ago after a 63-position hike from 64.

Rihanna’s collaboration with Maroon 5 on If I Never See Your Face Again is expected to be one of the new charts highest debuts when the official countdown is released.

Source

http://icydk.com/2008/05/15/rihanna-is-set-to-make-pop-chart-history/

Rihanna Misses The Good Ol' Days

Posted By LolaDub on May 7, 2008 at 7:29AM

Rihanna has expressed that she loves the showbiz world and the fame but she doesn't like Tad Hamiltoning it all the time.

She says that she hates pretending to be a "bubbly person" all the time especially when she feels miserable inside.

She says, "I love what I do but, yes, this stuff does start to take its toll on you. Sometimes you get really miserable and on the edge, but people don't know why you're acting like that.

"You always want to be kind to people, so you're forced to be a bubbly person, but, to be honest, sometimes I'd just like to sit in a corner by myself and be quiet."

Could you imagine having to smile all the time? That would definitely hurt! The one minute you don't smile, the public starts calling you a bitch. But like they say, that's the price for fame right?
http://www.hollyscoop.com/rihanna/rihanna-misses-the-good-ol-days_15888....

Rihanna Loved Working With Maroon 5

Posted By LolaDub on Apr 28, 2008 at 10:25AM

Rihanna recently worked with Maroon 5 for their song, If I Never See Your Face Again. She lent her vocals and she couldn't be more thrilled to work with the band.

When asked about the collaboration she says, "I always wanted to work with Maroon 5. They're one of my favorite bands. When they called me to do this record with them, I was so honored."

It's not only Rihanna who has great things to say, when asked about the collaboration Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine says that they worked well because of the chemistry. Adam says, "The song was basically done, but we wanted to try something different, so we had her come in and do bits and pieces. It came together so quick. The only other collaboration I had done before was with Kanye (West), and it was the same way. It sounds cheesy, but if the magic is there, if the chemistry is there, you don't even have to think about it."

A Rihanna and Maroon 5 collaboration? We couldn't ask for more!

:)
http://music.hollyscoop.com/rihanna/rihanna-loved-working-with-maroon-5_...

Kanye West, Rihanna, N.E.R.D and Fiasco Shine at Glow in the Dark Tour Opener

Posted By sally_15 on Apr 24, 2008 at 1:21PM

Check out the Rolling Stone review of Kanye West’s Glow in the Dark Tour which Rihanna is opening for:

No apologies were necessary from Rihanna, whose stage set-up included light-up speaker stacks that glowed yellow, pink and aqua. The singer and her dancers’ clothes were basic black accented by pink and lime neon; the entire presentation was very new wave, down to Rihanna’s bright pink lipstick. The show was tightly choreographed but never felt laborious, and she got some traction doing “Hate That I Love You,” a duet with Ne-Yo on record, by herself. She also introduced “Umbrella” by saying, “I remember going up to Dream” (R&B phenom The-Dream, who helped produce and write the song) “and saying, ‘If you give this record away [to someone else] I’m going to kill you.’”

Continue reading to read the full review of the tour…

Kanye West, Rihanna, N.E.R.D. and Lupe Fiasco all turned in stellar sets to begin the “Glow in the Dark” Tour, what will likely end up as one of 2008’s most talked-about bills. All of Kanye’s openers were given thirty minutes to do their thing at Seattle’s KeyArena last night, and Lupe Fiasco kicked off the night with a fast-paced half-hour into which he crammed parts of eleven songs, including the hits “Kick, Push” and “Superstar.” (Matthew Santos, who sings on the latter track, appeared for three songs at the end of Fiasco’s set.) The stage was bare for his performance, but Fiasco made up for it with vibrant physical energy and a very red dress scheme shared by his backing singers and DJ.

N.E.R.D. — Pharrell Williams‘ rock ensemble — played second. Fronting two drummers, a bassist/keyboardist, a synth player and guitarist (as well as a small handful of hangers-onstage who helped hype the crowd at climactic moments), Williams and co-vocalist Shay threw themselves into performances of “Lapdance,” “Brain,” “Rock Star” and “She Wants to Move” (the latter featuring a brief jam on Queen’s “Another One Bites the Dust”). After the set was finished, Pharrell returned to the stage to apologize for his use of profanity in front of a young child seated in the front row.

No apologies were necessary from Rihanna, whose stage set-up included light-up speaker stacks that glowed yellow, pink and aqua. The singer and her dancers’ clothes were basic black accented by pink and lime neon; the entire presentation was very new wave, down to Rihanna’s bright pink lipstick. The show was tightly choreographed but never felt laborious, and she got some traction doing “Hate That I Love You,” a duet with Ne-Yo on record, by herself. She also introduced “Umbrella” by saying, “I remember going up to Dream” (R&B phenom The-Dream, who helped produce and write the song) “and saying, ‘If you give this record away [to someone else] I’m going to kill you.’”

The headliner took his time, playing eighteen songs in an unbroken ninety-minute set. Half of the songs came from 2007’s Graduation, five from 2005’s Late Registration and the rest from 2004’s The College Dropout. Kanye stood alone on a stage that was made out to look like a spaceship, complete with a giant video backdrop that flashed psychedelic fractal patterns, bursting stars and moonscapes. Ostensibly, Kanye was trapped aboard a rogue ship piloted by a female version, dubbed Jane, of 2001’s HAL 9000. Kanye began with “Good Morning,” then touched on “Through the Wire,” the thematically inevitable trio of “Flashing Lights,” “Spaceship,” and “All Falls Down” and hit his climax for “Hey Mama,” during which he bowed forward on his knees and delivered an emotional monologue about following one’s dreams. The song that came immediately after Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’,” blasting over the PA before Kanye-in-space got his strength back to deliver “Stronger.”

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Rihanna's Look

Posted By almost famous on Apr 21, 2008 at 6:43AM

I originally called this look, "Lemon Head", but now when I think about it, it looks more Rihanna than anything!


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Rihanna Is An Ambassador

Posted By LolaDub on Feb 23, 2008 at 8:59AM

Even with all the other things she has going on, Rihanna is squeezing one more job onto her resume. She was just named a cultural ambassador for her native Barbados.

Prime Minister David Thompson appointed her. No word on what her duties will include, but I'm sure this little multi-tasker will be able to handle anything thrown at her!

thats good :)

source: hollyscoop.com

Rihanna's Style: Which did/do you like best?

Posted By Aminah-Akalea on Feb 10, 2008 at 4:50PM

For the fans of RiRi, we've seen her in soo many different styles and looks and such lovely interesting jewellry over these 3 years, we may not like everything we see at some point, but she is indeed on a roll of her own, no one is like her, her boldness to wear such interesting, mostly great look clothes as always hold our attention, plus her amazing smile, looks and hairstyles (that sets her apart from the other boring typical generic stars), her accent and hott diverse songs and her ability to pull each off :D. She is never a bore for sure! it's just those haters who can't keep their opinions to themselves.

Just a few photos of her at different awards shows in 2006, 2007 and 2008.

# 1 Back view# 1 Back view

#2

#3 glimpse of the back #3 glimpse of the back

#4

#5#5

#6#6

#7 2006#7 2006

#8 2006#8 2006

#9 2006#9 2006

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Rihanna or Avril Lavigne

Posted By Popular Sweet on Dec 28, 2007 at 4:46AM