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RiRi rocked a yellow fur dress with super long train, GaGa wore a black dress with black-and-white feathered coat while Perry sported black pixie wig and trumpet-shaped graffiti gown.
In the ad, the 'We Found Love' hitmaker strikes an athletic pose in a visor, crop top, leggings and the Pulse XT sneakers.
The 'We Found Love' hitmaker shows off her curvaceous figure in a white string bikini paired with see-through hotpants while strolling along the beach in Hawaii.
The 'We Found Love' hitmaker wears nothing but a pair of light blue bikini bottoms, showing off her side boob, toned back and booty in the cover of the magazine.
The 1-minute track about RiRi's love for weed has been described as 'an interlude from [her] 8th studio album.'
Other celebrities like Seth Rogen, 2 Chainz, Ice Cube, Diplo and Bill Maher also shared their enthusiasm for the unofficial marijuana day on Monday, April 20.
The bedroom anthem was originally planned to be featured on Breezy's 2014 album 'X', but was scrapped after he broke up again with RiRi.
The singer posts on Instagram two photos of her striking different poses with her new mouth rings.
The Aussie teen's first album since he departed Atlantic Records and decided to work as an independent artist will come out on June 23 via Coast House Records/Banana Beat Records.
The 'Umbrella' singer responds to the accusation which surfaced after a viral video showed her holding a slim white object at the music festival.
'When one is granted success, random people pop up,' says Bibi Bourelly, a 20-year-old songwriter behind RiRi's new single.
Just a day after making the song available on Tidal, RiRi debuted the music video highlighting some historical events in the U.S. also on Jay-Z's music streaming service.
The Bajan beauty sang the new song live for the first time at the March Madness Music Festival over the weekend before making it available on Jay-Z's new music streaming service.
The hook of the Bajan singer's new single sounds similar to that of a song titled 'Betta Have My Money' which a Houston artist named Just Brittany released last year.
The Bajan singer surprises the 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' host by sneaking into his bedroom and waking him up to her song 'B***h Better Have My Money'.