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RiRi has posted her first pictures since leaving the social network in May this year due to censorship fiasco.
The 'Wrecking Ball' singer and the 'Diamonds' songstress leave little to imagination by showing off their busts in risque, barely-there gowns at the star studded event.
According to a photo of documents from Roc Nation, the album titled 'Lost Files' will arrive on November 25 and feature collaborations with Nicki Minaj, Drake, Big Sean and Eminem.
The concert to honor war veterans, soldiers, and their families will also feature Meryl Streep, Carrie Underwood, Dave Grohl, Tom Hanks, and Steven Spielberg.
RiRi is reportedly excited to appear in 'Bond 24' which is planned to hit theaters on November 6, 2015.
Dean, who has penned hits for some biggest names in music including RiRi and Minaj, shares black-and-white photos of her posing with the two stars during recent studio sessions.
RiRi, Kate Bosworth, and Emily Ratajkowski become the latest victims in Hollywood nude photo hacking scandal.
RiRi says 'f**k you' to CBS after the network determined it was not 'the appropriate tone' to have her song as an intro for 'Thursday Night Football' last week amid Ray Rice's domestic violence scandal.
The 'Thursday Night Football' pregame show was supposed to feature a comedy bit with RiRi's 'Run This Town' in the background, but it instead opens with a speech about domestic violence.
The 'Umbrella' singer, who dons sexy bikini during the vacation, shows off her best moves as she and her friends try the Shmoney Dance on a yacht.
A 30-second PSA, which was premiered on Sunday and aired during the MTV Video Music Awards, dubs some stars such as Rihanna and Stewart 'unpaid tobacco spokesperson.'
The Slim Shady gets a bucket of ice cold water dumped over his head first before RiRi gets drenched afterwards.
The 'Love the Way You Lie' singer reportedly got a restraining order against a man who was found lurking outside her house last week.
The on-again/off-again couple was allegedly 'flirtatious' towards each other when partying at a nightclub in New York City.
According to a new report, the pay-to-play idea gets chilly responses from the three contenders' representatives.