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I think the accessibility fans have to their favorite celebs on social media networks has made them feel they’re entitled to that same accessibility in person because lately we’ve seen one too many instances of people getting out of hand at concerts. Beyonce got it twice, first, when she tried to walk through the audience and people starting yanking her hair, then the second time a guy smacked her on her butt like that was supposed to be OK. Now Rihanna had to take matters into her own hands when a fan wouldn’t let her go during a performance.
While Ri Ri was walking along the edge of the crowd at her Birmingham, UK, show, an eager attendee refused to let her arm go — even though the singer’s body guard was right there. You know the saying, give an inch, take a mile? It wasn’t enough that the girl was right in her fans’ faces and they were even allowed to reach out and touch her, this character had to grab and pull extra hard like they would want somebody doing that to them. Perhaps this particular person wasn’t familiar with Rihanna’s exceptionally low tolerance for B.S. because after one too many tugs, she not-so-politely popped the fan right in the head with her mic.
Assault much? JK Check out footage of the pop heard around the arena. Thoughts?
From The Grio
NEW YORK (AP) — Rihanna has canceled another date on her latest tour because she is ill.
Live Nation says the Grammy-winning singer is unable to perform at Monday’s concert in Houston “as a result of illness.” The concert promoter says fans should retain their tickets to use at a rescheduled show.
Rihanna canceled shows in Baltimore and Boston on her “Diamonds World Tour” last month because she was sick.
Read more at TheGrio.com.
Well isn’t Rihanna just delving into a little bit of everything these days? When she’s not doing the music thing, she’s trying to act, when she’s not acting, she’s collaborating on fashions with River Island (whether critics like it or not), and when she’s not doing that, she’s partnering with MAC cosmetics. Where did MY life go wrong??
Anywho, according to Women’s Wear Daily, the Bajan singer and the famed makeup retailer have teamed up to create a variety of color collections, including her own take on the famed red Ruby Woo color, a personal favorite of hers, calling it “RiRi Woo.” What will RiRi Woo be like? “She wanted RiRi Woo to be slightly more blue-red and retro matte — a matte with moisturizer finish we’d used in a collection years ago and currently only have in one product, “says Jennifer Balbier, senior VP of global product development for the brand. “She was especially adamant that the color be suitable for every skin tone.”
She told WWD that she’s been riding for MAC for so long, it only made sense to put her own stamp on their products. “When you think of makeup, the brand that pops into your mind — for something legit — is MAC. Whatever color you want, it’s like ‘Let’s go to MAC.’ I’ve been using MAC on tour for such a long time it was a natural fit for me. I have always loved makeup, and I always said that if I do it, I want to do it with a credible brand.”
And while MAC is known for teaming up with celebs, including Nicki Minaj, Lady Gaga, Cyndi Lauper and Elton John for its Viva Glam products, John Demsey, the president of MAC’s parent company, Estée Lauder Cos. Inc., tells WWD that they want to make this a lasting partnership, so homegirl’s contributions won’t be temporary. They’ll be working with her on “four distinct color initiatives,” AKA, four different collections.
“These four collections are like four tracks on a Rihanna compilation. Each one has its own vibe, look, special makeup packaging and flavor. This is really the convergence of pop culture, fast fashion, and iconic style and makeup.”
If you’re a big fan of Rihanna and will be in Brooklyn during her Diamonds tour stops on May 4 and 5 at the Barclays Center, according to WWD, MAC will be doing a pop-up shop to sell her new collection, including the RiRi Woo. If you’re not there, you can catch all of her products in a MAC store later this year.
Hmmm, I might be hellas of late, but I guess it’s safe to say that her CoverGirl status is dead? Oh well, this collaboration is definitely an upgrade either way.