1.Some people send a thank you note. Not so much Rihanna.
So, Rihanna posted this photo of herself in a white g-string to thank Italian fashion designer Miuccia Prada for the custom made thigh-high leather boots gifted to her. Because arse cheeks say it so much better than flowers, don’t you think?
Captioning the picture, 25-year-old Rihanna wrote: “Gotcha b***h tip toeing on my marble flo’!!! Sick a** custom Prada boots! Miuccia you RULE!!! Thanks you”
Rihanna makes no apologies for her Instagram selfies, recently telling UK Elle magazine:
“Well I Instagram everything about my life, whether it’s smoking pot, in a strip club, reading a Bible verse – how crazy, I know! – or hanging out with my best friend, who happens to be Chris.
“Everybody wanted to know what was happening in my life. Is she a drug addict? No. Is she an alcoholic? No. Is she a victim? No. That’s when I got the gun [tattoo]. It was a symbol of strength. I’ll never be a victim.”
British singer Lily Allen responded on Twitter with this:
For more most-talked-about celebrity outfits including double denim! from Rihanna’s collection for British fashion chain River Island click through the gallery:
In celebrity baby news the rumour is that Modern Family star Sofia Vergara, 40, and her fiancé Nick Loeb are expecting a baby via surrogate.
According to ahem, the National Enquirer, Sofia chose one of her closest friends to act as a surrogate.
“Rather than going through the trying process of hiring a stranger to serve as a surrogate, Sofia hand-picked one of her healthiest and closest friends,” a source told The National Enquirer.
The no doubt reliable source also claimed, “Sofia’s surrogate had developed pain and went to the hospital, fearing that she was going to have a miscarriage”.
3. Mila Kunis joins Jennifer Lawrence on our celebrity BFF list
In an interview eerily similar to Hugh Grant’s portrayal of an adorable Englishman in Notting Hill, an inexperienced journalist interviews Mila Kunis at a presser for her new movie Oz: The Great and Powerful.
Opening with a bang, the first question Radio 1’s Chris Stark asked Kunis was, “Did you enjoy being ugly for once because generally you’re hot?”
Laughing it off, Kunis quickly derailed the interview by asking Stark about his life including: his mates, beer, the local football team, Nandos and the pub.
Around the three-minute mark Stark realises that he hasn’t asked Kunis any questions about the film and with an off-camera publicist trying to get to get the interview back on track Kunis protests and begs the journalist to keep chatting, “This is way more fun for me I have to tell you. Please?”