Rihanna arrived on the Oscars’ champagne-colored carpet with her baby bump proudly on display, and wearing a gorgeous sheer, form-fitting gown. It was her first high-profile public appearance since last month’s Super Bowl, and as he looked breathtaking, Media Take Out confirmed.
Rihanna was nominated in the awards’ best original song category, wore a leather bra and maxi skirt combo, by designer label Alaïa, layered over a mesh turtleneck.
Everyone was waiting with bated breath for Rihanna to perform at the awards show. Unfortunately, Media Take Out confirmed, her singing left a bit to be desired.
Don’t get us wrong, Rihanna tried to hit all the notes, and she was successful at landing most of them.
It was pretty cringe. Watch:
With sales of over 250 million records worldwide, Rihanna is the second-best-selling female music artist of all time. She has earned 14 number-ones and 32 top-ten singles in the US and 31 top-ten entries in the UK. Her accolades include nine Grammy Awards, 13 American Music Awards (including the Icon Award), 12 Billboard Music Awards, six Guinness World Records, the NAACP’s President’s Award, and an Academy Award nomination. Time named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2012 and 2018. Forbes ranked her among the top ten highest-paid celebrities in 2012 and 2014. As of 2023, she is the wealthiest female musician, with an estimated net worth of $1.4 billion
Aside from music, Rihanna is known for her involvement in humanitarian causes, entrepreneurial ventures, and the fashion industry. She is the founder of the nonprofit organization Clara Lionel Foundation, cosmetics brand Fenty Beauty, and fashion house Fenty under LVMH; she is the first black woman to head a luxury brand for LVMH.
Rihanna has also ventured into acting, appearing in major roles in Battleship (2012), Home (2015), Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017), and Ocean’s 8 (2018). She was appointed as an ambassador of education, tourism, and investment by the Government of Barbados in 2018 and was declared a National Hero of Barbados on the first day of the country’s parliamentary republic in 2021, entitling her to the style of “The Right Excellent” for life
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