Rihanna keeps Johnny Depp in her "Savage X Fenty Vol. 4" fashion show on Amazon's Prime Video despite backlash.
BBC radio presenter Scott Mills has remembered some of of his favourite celebrity encounters from his time at Radio 1, as he prepares to move to Radio 2 in the autumn.
Former Disney star Vanessa Hudgens and model Emily Ratajkowski were among those to appear on the catwalk with their hair in braids.
The 'Umbrella' singer posed topless with a pendant that apparently depicted the Hindu god Ganesha.
The 'Diamonds' singer has opened up about how she felt following Chris Brown's assault and how they have mended their friendship.
The stand-up comic said he 'forgot how to formulate proper sentences' when meeting the Umbrella singer.
In the clip, she says her name 'Ree-Anna' rather than 'Ree-Ah-Na', which is mostly the American pronounciation.
Rihanna has revealed that she’s officially a Londoner after moving from the US to the UK earlier this year. The popstar made the move to be closer to the Fenty team in France and Italy.
Open up your wallets because Rihanna is here to collect your coins, people! The queen of Barbados is slowly creeping in on every aspect of life and it's near impossible to find someone who is mad about it. First she released a revered makeup collection and a celebrated collaboration with Puma. Now, she has finally confirmed that she is releasing a lingerie line — and it's coming soon. SEE ALSO: Rihanna does NOT accept Snapchat's apology we bout to light this up sis!!🔥 ... introducing @SAVAGEXFENTY lingerie coming soon. sign up now at SAVAGEX.com !! A post shared by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on Apr 20, 2018 at 10:23am PDT While Rihanna has been teasing the line all week, there is no official release date for the collection, which has been dubbed SAVAGE X FENTY. That hasn't stopped people from freaking out on Twitter about the announcement. As always, there are also some folks who are not here for it at all and would rather just get a follow-up to <em>Anti. </em> i cannot wait to wear fenty lingerie under my fenty clothing with my fenty shoes and fenty beauty and live in a fenty apartment complex where i pay for fenty electricity and drink fenty water and struggle to keep money in my bank of fenty account — ariel lebeau (@ariellebeau) March 6, 2018 I’m thinking X was rihanna new song or some but it’s her lingerie line pic.twitter.com/qlCY8A00xP — Tay (@ohdatstay) April 20, 2018 damn Rihanna is coming out with a lingerie line.... she can take all my money tbh — carolina!! (@drxvelikeido) April 20, 2018 Rihanna coming out with a lingerie line after making us poor from makeup — Ashley K. (@AshleyKSmalls) April 20, 2018 Rihanna lingerie? pic.twitter.com/zWRhlOHajn — The Beige Mamba (@itstrinadoeee) April 20, 2018 Regardless of how you feel about no new Rihanna music, you can sign up to get in on the latest information about Savage here, at savagex.com. WATCH: This cute robot is every hacker's ultimate nemesis
Last week it was reported that Rihanna is launching a Fenty lingerie line. This means you can now fully dress yourself to the nines in Rihanna-designed apparel, from makeup to socks. We are just a few tiny business ventures and celebrity endorsements away from being able to live a fully-branded Rihanna lifestyle, and I am here for it. SEE ALSO: Rihanna walks like she's immortal and it's freaking people out Every time Fenty-related news breaks, Twitter is crowded with something between fanfiction and prediction. Below are some of the best tweets since Fenty Beauty was first released about the possibilities still to come from Rihanna's talent as a businesswoman. Martha Stewart will be left penniless when Fenty develops home goods and lifestyle lines 10 years from now i cant wait to grab a Fenty beer from my Fenty fridge & relax on my Fenty furniture while watching my Fenty tv pic.twitter.com/ZXFuclkp89 — bri🎈 (@_itsbribri28) September 8, 2017 i cannot wait to wear fenty lingerie under my fenty clothing with my fenty shoes and fenty beauty and live in a fenty apartment complex where i pay for fenty electricity and drink fenty water and struggle to keep money in my bank of fenty account — ariel lebeau (@ariellebeau) March 6, 2018 Naturally, the next step will be entire industries with free health care under the 'Fenty Health Insurance for All Act' and a degree from Fenty university, debt free thanks to FAFSA (the Free Application for FENTY Student Aid) — alice in bonerland (@dontsendmenudes) March 7, 2018 Rihanna has also proven to be indomitable at social media It's time to create Fenty App then, so we can say what we wanna say without getting banned pic.twitter.com/YiZQJYFtZd — Fenty (@riabood) March 13, 2018 After Rihanna instructed her 60,000,000 Instagram followers to delete Snapchat, the company's shares plunged- causing the it to lose about $600,000,000.00 in market cap in a matter of hours. pic.twitter.com/KewHFSaDDZ — loved in 7 languages (@chRIHssy) March 15, 2018 I still find interacting with banks and managing my small amount of money miserable, but I wouldn’t think twice about submitting every asset I own and every dollar I make writing for MashableFenty-ble straight to the Bank of Fenty. Every morning I would wake up at 10 a.m. (because Rihanna would no doubt outlaw work before 11) and drink a hot cup of joe from my Fenty-issued coffee beans that were harvested in Fentopia by unionized Fenty employees. I would stare straight into the sun just to get myself admitted to a Fenty Hospital where the nurses' uniforms would probably be decorated with silk and Swarovski crystals. While most of Twitter is happy to obsess over Rih-leases that can’t be leaked online, a few fans are still hoping Rihanna will remember she was once a recording artist. we got fenty beauty, fenty socks, fenty shoes, fenty perfume, fenty clothes but where's the fenty music???? where is it robyn? pic.twitter.com/tCakbZKyOZ — ezra miller's whore (@gIossyfenty) March 7, 2018 To be fair, it does feel as if Rihanna will release every sort of product line possible before recording new music. Yet, Rihanna has always been known first and foremost for her bad-gal style. She mastered control of her personal brand before most artists grasped how to walk the line between engaging fans with authenticity while reserving a personal life. Rihanna's the girl whose Instagram alternates between celebratory memes and candid photos of her leaving restaurants whilst holding a glass of wine. She has an Oprah-ish aura that makes us feel as if we <em>need</em> her in our lives. I can’t wait until Fenty become a massive conglomerate and we live in a Rihannocracy. — Rumpelsimpskin (@DavidEatsViagra) September 25, 2017 I would go so far as to give up net neutrality if it meant I could surf the Fenty web and post two-dozen photos of my new cat from the Fenty adoption center on Fentybook. And I would sleep perfectly fine at night with that decision, resting my head on my Fenty sheets in my Fenty bed dreaming Fenty-led dreams. Cheers to the future, fellow citizens of Fentopia. Me and my girls in 2020 rocking fenty beauty and fenty fashions while drinking fenty wine pic.twitter.com/xmgy5Anxvt — Romeo Santos (@ByeAshy) September 24, 2017 WATCH: This song addresses what it's like to grow up surrounded by social media
Snapchat came under fire earlier this week after an ad appeared on the app asking whether or not users would want to "slap Rihanna" or "punch Chris Brown," referencing the night Brown assaulted Rihanna in 2009.
A disturbing advertisement slipped through the Snapchat review process, despite the ad's flippant reference to violence against women, and to Chris Brown's infamous domestic assault against his then-girlfriend Rihanna. SEE ALSO: Sorry haters, Evan Spiegel is not sorry about Snapchat's redesign Screenshots of the advertisement for a "Would You Rather!" game appeared on Twitter over the weekend and into Monday. The image asks users whether they'd "Slap Rihanna" or "Punch Chris Brown," an obvious reference to the 2009 assault. The ad caught the eye of activist Brittany Packnett and, through her, former first daughter Chelsea Clinton. She called the ad, "just awful." @Snapchat This was one of the ads on Snapchat. What. The. Fuck.How dare y'all disrespect @rihanna like this. Smh pic.twitter.com/JVbfzD9t69 — Tay (@Tay_ole) March 11, 2018 What a wonderful day on Snapchat... but didn’t Chris Brown beat the shit out of Rihanna ?? 🐸☕️ pic.twitter.com/BFjNzApQjq — Parker Brougham (@ParkerBrougham) March 12, 2018 Is it just me, or is this ad that popped up on my Snapchat extremely tone deaf? Like what were they thinking with this? pic.twitter.com/7kP9RHcgNG — Royce Mann (@TheRoyceMann) March 12, 2018 I know that social media ads go through an approval process from the platform.This means @Snapchat approved an ad that makes light of domestic violence.The update ain’t the only thing that’s wack over there, friends. https://t.co/PmbJn4zCel — Brittany Packnett (@MsPackyetti) March 12, 2018 Just awful. Awful that anyone thinks this is funny. Awful that anyone thinks this is appropriate. Awful that any company would approve this. Thank you Brittany for calling this out. — Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) March 12, 2018 As Packnett notes, advertisements are reviewed by the team over at Snap. Per the company's official advertising policies: The page also details an extensive list of "Prohibited Content," including, "Content that demeans, degrades, or shows hate toward a particular race, gender, culture, country, belief, or toward any member of a protected class." A spokesperson from Snap tells Mashable <em>: </em>"The ad was reviewed and approved in error, as it violates our advertising guidelines. We immediately removed the ad last weekend, once we became aware. We are sorry that this happened." WATCH: Jennifer Lawrence, Reese Witherspoon speak out about sexual harassment in Hollywood