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TBS has posted a picture of the animated show's character Peter Griffin wearing a dress similar to the controversial gown that RiRi wore at the June 2 event.
A clip of the 'Diamonds' singer showing off some twerking moves as she sports a barely there dress from the CFDA Awards has made its way out online.
Rihanna, who is honored with Fashion Icon Award at the event, wears a sheer dress by Adam Selman, while Lupita rocks a colorful Suno piece.
RiRi calls the former 'Two and a Half Men' star an 'old queen,' but he taunts her by asking her to 'do the good Queen a favor and go tend to the dungeon in my Castle.'
The 'Anger Management' star calls RiRi a 'village idiot' and 'liar' after his request to introduce his birthday fiancee to her was rejected.
The 'Stay' singer tell her fans that she no longer has an Instagram account and brands an Instagram user posing as her a fake.
Alexis Carter wore a green romper similar to the one donned by RiRi in 2010, but she ends up being the subject of mockery by the singer.
The broken iPhone, which belongs to L.A. Police Commission President Steve Soboroff, then goes to auction and the bid currently reaches $56,500.
The 'Stay' singer looks elegant as she sports a pink dress from Christian Dior's Autumn/Winter 14 collection at the event which takes place at Brooklyn Navy Yard.
The Bajan singer is now listed as an official artist on Roc Nation's website alongside Calvin Harris, J. Cole and Rita Ora among others.
Queen Bey and RiRi show some skin on the red carpet, Taylor and Kim go glamorous in a pink and blue number respectively, while Lupita Nyong'o steals attention with her unusual choice of outfit.
The Bajan singer wins four awards including the Artist of the Year and the Song of the Year for her Mikky Ekko-featured 'Stay', while Pharrell is honored with the Innovator award.
The Bajan singer, whose 'Pour It Up' is named Hip-Hop Song of the Year, also wins the Best Fan Army award thanks to her Rihanna Navy.
The singer, who has been sharing steamy photos of her on Instagram, uploads the raunchy photo from Lui magazine on Twitter after she was forced to remove it from the photo-sharing site.
A man named Geoffrey Keating who previously worked as the head of security for RiRi claims in the suit that the singer made 'nauseatingly offensive' statements about him.