Rihanna can do it all – sing, dance, revolutionize short hair, and – cook? Yep, the super starlet tells VH1 that she’s a master in the kitchen when it comes to cooking ramen noodles. She even called herself an “expert.”
We’re going to assume she’s not referring to the packaged stuff we ate every day in college, because surely our precious RiRi can do more than just add hot water and a flavor packet to a bowl of dried noodles. She probably spends all day brewing vegetable stock and hand-rolling the ramen before preparing the dish with a whole lotta love. I mean, this is Rihanna we’re talking about here. She’s perfect at everything! Clip below.
Lady Gaga and Rihanna each gave eccentric, visually captivating performances at last night’s American Music Awards. Gaga donned nude undergarments, fishnets, and an Alien-esque light-up skeleton. During her performance she gyrated, smashed glass, set a piano on fire, and broke bottles, all while delivering stellar vocals on “Bad Romance” and “Speechless.” Rihanna made one helluva comeback in a white-banded bodysuit with a laser-emitting bolero, and a “Rated R” chest tattoo. Whose performance was more stylistically shocking? [Photos: Getty Images]
Say what you will about “Louboutins,” but Jennifer Lopez definitely reaffirmed her Fly Girl status at the American Music Awards last night. Sure, J. Lo. fell on her ass after climbing a staircase made of shirtless men. But thanks to a quick leap to her feet, Lopez turned what could have been a major embarrassment to a blink-and-you-missed it lol. Then again, thanks to the internet, there’s not much difference.
Among those performing alongside Lopez and oral-sex mimer Adam Lambert were fellow drama queens Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Shakira (making impressive work of those truthful hips). See their red carpet fashions and more in the gallery below.
Rihanna‘s mediocre performance at last night’s American Music Awards was overshadowed by an eye-catching new tattoo strategically covering the starlet’s neck and chest. We barely noticed her meekly warbling her new single because we were so transfixed by that giant “Rated R” tatt. Fierce, right?
Behold: Tristan Wilds, the man people are saying is now dating Rihanna. The actor – who is known for his work on “The Wire” and “90210” – apparently showed up at a party the singer held in Los Angeles this past weekend. “No one knew why Tristan was there initially, because it was not an industry party — it was very intimate,” a source told the NY Daily News. “But everyone quickly realized they weren’t meeting for the first time, because they were openly affectionate for everyone to see.”
The insider adds, “She likes him a lot, and it shows. From the moment he walked into her party, Rihanna lit up.” We’d be cooing over this news if it wasn’t for Rihanna herself, who has reportedly denied that she’s dating anyone - ANYONE – at all. What do you think – is Tristan her new man – or a figment of the web’s imagination? [Photos: GettyImages]
After a tumultuous year with a little domestic violence incident with Rihanna, Chris Brown says he is not quite ready for another girlfriend. “I’ve been kinda chillin'” the singer says, extremely eloquently. “I mean, I’m Chris Brown. I’m not saying it like that, but it’s just like, girls are gonna be around. I love women. But I would say I’ve just been chillin’. I haven’t really been tryin’ to get into a relationship or trying to date anybody. I’ve just kinda been working on me. Like I said, just really getting me straight.” Probably a good idea, considering Chris was accused of beating his then girlfriend, which she has since gone on to speak about publicly on 20/20. Not the best way to end a relationship. [Source: People; Photo: Getty Images]
No, that’s not a photoshopped pic. Rihanna kept her ears warm in London last night, rocking this furry winter hat on the way to her hotel. “Darker” image or no, one must do their best to avoid frostbite. The singer is in the British capital to perform a concert from a secret location to promote her new album.
Rihanna spoke with VH1 this week about her new album, and shared a moving story about how her 20/20 interview helped to save a fan’s life. In her chat with Janell Snowden, Rihanna reveals that after watching her sit-down with Diane Sawyer, a suicidal fan in an abusive relationship called the domestic violence hotline to get help for her and her daughter.The singer says it was “really inspiring for me that she went from thinking about killing herself to moving on with a new life as a single mother.”
RiRi also discusses her new album, calling it “a personal message” that grew from “all real experiences.” Watch above.