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Rihanna Goes On The Record on Thanksgiving Evening

Rihanna Goes On The Record on Thanksgiving Evening

Rihanna will hit the airwaves on Thanksgiving evening (November 26) on Fuse in a new sit down interview with host Toure!

The 21-year-old “Rated R” singer will speak about what she wanted to name her album, her style and finding flaws.

On her album title: “I actually wanted to name my album, Such a F—ing Lady, but a couple of stores, a couple of major outlets didn’t allow that… That was the title for a while, but Rated R made more sense because of the overall story. It’s a movie really, the album. But Such a F—ing Lady – we take everything back to that – especially in our style.”

On her personal style: “I like playing with the tough but not too tough, and being a lady but not too girlie because that’s not me. I kind of play on both. I like things a little twisted, a bit of a bad a– and a bit of lady. And you know, such a f—ing lady, no lady says ‘a f—ing lady’.”

On finding flaws: “There’s something that is never good enough. You never look in the mirror and say ‘yes, I’m perfect today’. It’s always like, okay I don’t have a pimple but my gut looks huge. Awesome. You always find a flaw. That’s what the mirror is there for, it’s very bad.”

Don’t miss RiRi on Thanksgiving evening (Thursday) at 6/5c on Fuse!

Rihanna: On The Record on Fuse
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