Rihanna and Chris Brown Shared a kiss right before the MTV audience eyes last night at the Awards. She kissed and hugged Chris Brown during a commercial break after presenting the Video of the Year Award last night at the MTV Movie Awards. Ri casually strolled up to Chris, while current girlfriend Karrueche Tran sat next to him. As Rihanna came, Chris stood up to greet her. This comes just a few weeks after her Oprah interview in which she said Chris was the love of her life. This is the pairs first public display of affection since the infamous night Chris assaulted her in 2009.
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Rihanna was also spied calling Drake and crew an "a#$hole" after he and his crew "Young Money" were announced for an award. She turned her head after the announcement so she would not have to look at him. They were seated on the same row and after walking it seems she blurted what appeared to be the message "I hate those "a#$holes".
Rihanna, who is just as famous for her bad girl persona as well as her music, poses for Harper's BazaarAugust 2012. The "Umbrella" singer spoke candidly with the magazine about her body image and Chris Brown and more. Rihanna told Laura Brown that she is rebellious through her music, tattoos, fashion and more.
About Chris Brown collaboration and relationships:
she wanted to choose someone “shocking” to collaborate on the remix of her song "Birthday Cake," she says she had no idea of the backlash it would cause. "The fans could have said, 'We don’t want anything to do with it,'" she says. But she makes one concession: "I understood that people had every right to be concerned about it. But I didn't see it that way because I'm in a different place."
"When I was in love, I fell so hard. I was really, really, really in love. The way it made me feel was priceless. And in a blink of an eye my whole life changed. Everything that I knew was different. I never thought I'd feel that pain in my life. I'm afraid of feeling that again."
On Her Fitness:
"I don’t know if there’s something going on with my body right now, but I’m eating everything in life,” she says. “I miss my ass. It just went away! I need a butt. I have an idea of one, but it’s not living up to its full potential right now.”
Rihanna is no stranger to controversy or sexy appeal and that is what her new billboard for her fragrance Rebelle exudes. A giant billboard for her fragrance has descended on Times Square and Rihanna appears nude, covering her private areas. The 24-year-old appears with red hair next to her fragrance which she describes as "taking control but still being a lady." This is the second of three fragrances. She is now in the process of launching her third fragrance "Nude".
Rihanna is on the cover of Esquire Magazine's July 2012. As always she looks sexy and curvaceous, but it was the interview with the journalist that is making waves. Rihanna is tired of all the Chris Brown questions and are they back together or aren't they, but the editor didn't quite get the memo. Check out the interview how the interview went south:
Esquire: What has been the Twitter response to the Chris Brown remixes?
Rihanna: Some love it, some hate it, some love it but hate that we did it. But the response in the end has been incredible.
Esquire: Was that [the recording session] the first time you’d seen him in a while?
Rihanna: When would we have seen each other? We’ve both been working and touring. [changes the subject]. This is really good food.
Esquire:It proved quite a controversial thing.
Rihanna: Well…definitely. Definitely. It caught me a little off-guard to be honest…especially the amount of…negative attention. Because it never occurred to me how this was a problem, you know. It really didn’t.
Esquire: Because enough time had passed that it was OK?
Rihanna: I thought people were gonna be surprised that we finally did a record together, but I didn’t see how people could think it was a bad thing, you know? In my mind, it was just music.
Esquire: Some people felt it sent the wrong message.
Rihanna: [Angrily] What was that? What message would that be?
Esquire: You’d gone back to someone who put you in the hospital.
Rihanna: [Getting angry] Oh really? Did I?
Esquire: Well… yes.
Rihanna: Did I? Did I? Did I?
Esquire: You went and recorded with him, yes.
Rihanna: Okay. In a completely professional environment. And on a complete professional note. I mean, if I went back to him [as a girlfriend], then that’s a whole different discussion. And if I ever do, then that’s something that y’all have to talk to me about when – if – that ever happens. Until then, look at it for what it is. I think a lot of people jumped to an assumption that was incorrect and they ended up looking stupid.
Esquire: The assumption you were dating again?
Rihanna: Because of a song. How stupid. If I was together with every collaborator I worked with… f-ck my life.
Esquire: Still, the lyrics didn’t do much to dispel that impression. His opening line is “Girl I want to f*** you right now/been a long time/I’ve been missing your body”. You reply: “Remember how you did it/If you still want to kiss it/Then come and get it”.
Rihanna: That was the tone before he was even on the record. You think it was going to be about hopscotch or jump rope?
Esquire: So neither of you for a minute thought “This is going to put the cat among the pigeons”?
Rihanna: I could never see anything wrong with making music.
Esquire: Maybe the thing is that as an artist your personal and private life are intertwined, and you’ve already played on this. The first song you put out after the beating incident was “Love the Way You Lie,” about domestic violence.
Rihanna: Absolutely. But “Love The Way You Lie” was me as an artist working with Eminem as an artist, telling our stories individually. On a track together. I’m lost. I’m confused as to what you’re trying to get at.
Esquire: That it’s hard to separate the person who’s been the victim of domestic violence and the pop star singing about domestic violence.
Rihanna: I know. And that’s how f-cked up society is. There’s a lot of s**t y’all can’t get over. Y’all holding your breath on a lot of stuff that doesn’t matter. When you realize who you live for, and who’s important to please, a lot of people will actually start living. I am never going to get caught up in that. I’m gonna look back on my life and say that I enjoyed it – and I lived it for me- and God. This is turning into a tacky interview. What do you really want to talk about? I’m not here to [talk] about messy s**t.
Esquire: It’s just what’s been making the headlines recently.
Rihanna: OK! So do you want to talk about everything on Google? Or do you want to talk about stuff that my fans want to know? Let’s get to the real stuff. The stuff that’s important.
Esquire: What do your fans want to know?
Rihanna: You tell me, as a journalist. You’re asking the questions and I give you the answers. I can’t give the questions too.
Esquire: I’m sorry it’s upset you.
Rihanna: It hasn’t upset me. It upsets me that you keep asking the same kind of questions about stuff that’s trivial. What’s there to talk about? Are all your questions like that? Let’s move onto the next one.
Esquire: It’s just that you haven’t given an interview for a while. A lot has happened.
Rihanna: You think I haven’t given an interview for a while? I did four this morning.
Video footage has been released of Rihanna's video shoot for Vita Coco Water. Rihanna first joined the company in 2011, when it made a big promotion in the U.S., now they are about to make a push in the U.K. Famed photographer, Terry Richardson, did the shoot. RiRi was given many clothes to choose from the shoot. Vita Coco has been a huge success and is said to have many nutritional properties. It has won many celebrities over.
Rihanna was just recently hopitalized last week for dehydration and exhaustion and it is causing major concerns among the people closest to her. Mom, Monica Fenty, is said to be moving in with Rihanna to keep a "close eye" on her daughter, a source told The Sun. "Rihanna's dad was a crack addict and her mom doesn't want her going down that path."
Jay Z and Beyonce are said to be concerned about Ri as well. A source told The Closer:
Jay-Z and Beyonce are worried – they want her where they can keep an eye on her.
"There's been talk at Roc Nation [Jay-Z's record label, who manage Rihanna] that she's becoming harder to handle, but Jay-Z has stood by her from day one.
He's pleaded with her to clean up her act and Beyonce is keen to help – even suggesting Rihanna needs a 'good man!"
Rihanna released behind the scenes photos on her Facebook page of the work that was put into making her crocodile look. She is never the one to shy away from barely there attired and seems most comfortable in her skin. "Where You Been" is the 5th release off of her album Talk That Talk.