I’m sorry, I don’t know if it’s the new weave or what, but Rihanna has been glowing with beauty these last couple of weeks. Fresh off a trip to Brazil with a golden tan, Rihanna is turning heads at every event she attends owning the red carpet.
Rihanna steps out in this vibrant gold number by Alexandre Vauthier at the Clive Davis Annual Pre-Grammy Party. She could use a bit more fabric, you know, so she doesn’t catch a chest cold, but other than that RiRi looks amazing in metallic.
Here’s Rihanna at the Roc Nation Pre-Grammy Brunch in an Altuzarra skirt and blouse. She literally looks like a life size Barbie, well, more like a Bratz. That one probably went over your heads…[Click Photos To ENLARGE]
Well that was quick! Not long ago, Rihanna shared the ‘making of’ for this video and now here it is. In all it’s glory.
Actually, the ‘making of’ video is a nice opener to watching this video. It gives you a little more, in terms of watching the dancers. Oh, and just like the ‘making of’ video, I wouldn’t necessarily watch this at work. Check it out:
Whew man. This video clip is BARELY safe for work, let me tell you that. But who’s surprised? With a song that celebrates the ways of the strip club, I already expected this video to be a NSFW spectacular. Even though she’s a little late with the release, Rihanna posted the ‘Making Of’ video for Pour It Up last night.
It looks like there’s a lot of thought going into this video. Not just throwing some strippers on a stage, but lots of lighting and photographic creativity is being utilized. Hell, I can’t lie. It looks like a fun video to be on the set of. I’m not gonna say anything about how Rihanna looks just like Joseline Hernandez though. Check out the clip below (again, if you’re at work…I’d say be careful):
Guess Topshop didn’t dot their “I”s and cross their “T”s before going forward with this shirt. But BBC News is reporting that Rihanna has won a ban against clothing retailer Topshop for using a photograph of her on a t-shirt. It only took the judge two minutes to come up with a judgement. Wow.
The photograph used by Topshop had been taken during filming of a music video in Northern Ireland in 2011. In a two-minute judgment, Mr Justice Birss said there was “no such thing as a general right by a famous person to control the reproduction of their image”.
During her Diamonds World Tour earlier this year, Rihanna linked up with Budweiser and director Paul Griffin to assemble a documentary of sorts of not only Rihanna but her fans as well. Called Half Of Me, the doc shows behinds the scenes clips from Rihanna‘s tour as well as interviews with her fans, known as the Navy.
You can say what you want about Rihanna‘s talent but it seems pretty clear that she enjoys what she does and enjoys who she does it for. And her fans love her back just as much as well. Check out the full documentary below: