“The Monster” will be performed for the first time in a live setting this Sunday.
The award was announced, appropriately enough, on Instagram.
The Monster Tour will kick off its three-date run in Los Angeles at the Rose Bowl on August 7.
The movie is based on book ‘The True Meaning of Smekday’ by author Rex Smith.
They’ll always have Paris, where they did some bumpin’ and grindin’ during their duet off Drake’s 2011 album, ‘Take Care.’
Only three U.S. cities will be lucky enough to host a date on ‘The Monster Tour’
While anyone who follows Rihanna on Instagram knows she keeps it really real, the last thing anyone expected to hear about here was the first thing out of Shakira’s mouth.
Moroder has crafted hits with a wide range of artists over his storied career, including Donna Summer, Blondie and Berlin.
Amidst the multitude of costume changes, Shakira sizzles in a barely-there red dress, while Rihanna heats up an all-black ensemble with her neck covered in ebony pearls while showing off lots of leg.
It would be a major surprise not to get a new Rihanna album in 2014. We tried to anticipate RiRi’s every move and predict what paths she might take for her 8th studio album.
Now Smith has offered up her own version of Rihanna’s mega-smash “Stay,” calling it “the 2013 song of the year.”
Shakira is trying to get over an ex and she’s calling on Rihanna for a little help. Unfortunately RiRi’s has problems of her own in that department.
“ACTUALLY I just found out you’ll have it by the 13th! #1week,” Rihanna tweeted.
The two-hour collection is a solid snapshot of 2013, remixed for maximum dance floor impact.
The splashy video features Rihanna as Eminem’s therapist. She observes the Detroit rapper as he watches a series of images from his life, including his daughter Hailie.
Check out this handy list of what happened at the AMAs, each with an individual award of its own. From Miley’s psychedelic cat fantasies to Lady Gaga and R. Kelly’s West Wing drama, there certainly was no shortage of entertainment.
Rihanna’s new video for “What Now” is a rather creepy, unexpected take on the love song off her 2012 album, ‘Unapologetic.’