Look out for Rihanna as Marion Crane in this season’s ‘Bates Motel’ on A&E!

The superstar’s episode debuts on Monday, February 20th. In the meantime, check out this trailer!

Rihanna is becoming a triple threat as she dabbles more in acting. She’s also starring in ‘Ocean’s 8’, alongside Cate Blanchett and Sandra Bullock. The film, anticipated by fans of the Ocean’s franchise, drops June of 2018.

Rihanna reminded us why she’s the MTV VMA’s 2016 recipient of the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. The Barbados beauty graced the stage a record-breaking four times, giving us soul-snatching performances of her biggest hits!

Rihanna opened the show with a medley of “Don’t Stop The Music,” “Only Girl (In The World),” “We Found Love,” and “Where Have You Been”.

The show-opener was followed by her performances of “Rude Boy,” “What’s My Name?,” “Work,” “Needed Me,” “Love On The Brain,” and MORE!

Watch ALL the performances below before they’re snatched away by Viacom! If any of them are, click on MTV’s website to watch.


Last night, The 2016 MTV Music Awards aired live in New York City!

Rihanna is the 2016 recipient of MTV’s Michael Jackson Vanguard Award, and who better to present her such a prestigious award other than her man, Drake?

Before Rihanna gives her awesome speech, she gushes, as she listens to Drake’s beautiful speech about connecting with Rihanna during her entrance to superstardom. He also reminded viewers that she was able to stay true to herself in an industry that is ever-changing.

Press play below to watch Rihanna’s awesome speech!


Chris Brown fans will get a treat as the star is set to release his new documentary, ‘Welcome To My Life’.

Chris opens up about his journey to superstardom, as well as  how the Rihanna assault and how affected both his personal and professional life. The film also includes old and new interviews with some of Chris’s friends in the music business, like Jennifer Lopez, Usher, Mary J Blige, and DJ Khaled.


That year, a then-19-year-old Brown was charged with assault after an argument with his then-girlfriend Rihanna escalated. Brown’s mom, Joyce Hawkins, also makes an appearance, recalling how she felt for her son at the time. “That was the worst day of my life and probably of his life,” she said. “I felt like I was gonna lose my child.” He also offered, “I was thinking about suicide and everything else.”


The Andrew Sandler-directed documentary doesn’t have a release date just yet, but of course, LN will keep you posted!