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In her latest magazine feature, Rihanna can be seen flaunting her stuff on the pages (and cover) of Esquire UK magazine with a bright smile. Unfortunately, everything was not all rainbows and sunshine as the “Hard” singer got a little feisty when interrogated about her decision to collaborate with ex-boyfriend Chris Brown.
When asked why she chose to record not one, but two duets with Brown, the conversation went from a rather innocent and standard interview to an awkward debate to justify her actions. Though trying to change the subject on multiple occasions, Rihanna eventually lost her cool and explained to the interviewer that she was not there to talk about “messy sh*t.”
Read the full interview after the jump:
Ciara is getting patriotic-fierce in the new promotional images for her upcoming, long awaited album One Woman Army. After announcing her comeback to the music scene just two days ago, the “Goodies” singer recently released a few promotional photos to keep the buzz of her brand alive.
The Atlanta native is gearing up to release the album’s lead single “Sweat” any day now, and is rightfully building the hype around her name as its release nears.
Preceding her release of the images, Ciara invited her ever faithful C-Squad to embark on her new journey on Twitter:
Are you ready to get crunk with Ciara? See another promotional image of the dance machine after the jump:
Taking a break from their intensely busy schedules, BFFs Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland took the time to watch The Queen Bey’s hubby, Jay-Z, rock the stage with Kanye West at the ‘Watch The Throne‘ concert in… Paris.
Just imagine how crazy that arena will be when they perform their Watch The Throne hit “N***as in Paris.“
Joined by very close friend to the power couple, Gwyneth Paltrow, and “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)” writer The Dream, the ladies looked relaxed while doing some sisterly bonding.
See more shot of the girls, plus one of the entire group posing with legendary filmmaker Spike Lee below:
Kelly Rowland is proving now, more than ever, that she is indeed the cover girl of the moment. The ‘Work‘ singer can be seen flaunting her flawless body on the covers of VEGAS and Ebony magazines, where she shares the latter with R&B heartthrob Trey Songz. Read more to find out about Rowland’s new studio album as well as watch Trey Songz compare Rowland to her sister Beyoncé.
The Beyoncé brand just keeps building and building. Though recently wrapping up her highly praised Revel Resorts comeback concerts, and gearing up to star in the Clint Eastwood-directed classic A Star Is Born, Beyoncé reportedly has another project in the works. The Queen Bey is ready to take her jab in the animated film market in the new film Epic! Read more details below.
The last time the public saw Ciara talk about music (and actually saw concrete evidence) was in 2010, when her last album, Basic Instinct, dropped and went double plastic. Never one to give up on her dreams, the “Get Up” performer recently revealed to the world the titles of her new album and single while on a promotional trail on MTV for her feature in the new movie That’s My Boy. See what Ci Ci decided to name her new project and single after the jump…
Another day, another topless Rihanna photo.
Sexy Bajan singer Rihanna is now the cover girl for the July issue of Esquire UK. Dubbed by the publication as “Rihanna’s sexiest ever shoot,” the spread sees the beauty rocking a black visor and blowing on a whistle in a netted bra. The often scantily-clad maven even shows some butt cleavage in one of the shots. See more of Rihanna’s photoshoot, shot by famed photographer Matt Irwin, below.
It is that time again. It seems as BET is looking to “revamp” the faces of their staple television program “106 & Park” as the show’s hosts of seven years, Terrence Jenkins and Rocsi Diaz, are saying goodbye. Read more about their departure below.