Rihanna is known for her risque, provocative outfits but usually fans are only able to appreciate seeing them on her while she is onstage or in pictures but rarely do they get to see them up close and personal. However, she recently provided her fans in Atlanta with a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with her and the occasion brought smiles, laughter and even tears of joy from some of her fans.
The gorgeous singer attended the launch of her new fragrance Rogue Man in Atlanta at a Macy's store and she showed the gorgeous looks that have caused men to fight over her and left some depressed about not being able to be around her. The online entertainment publication Daily Mail (October 26) and several others photographed her wearing a sexy black halter top paired with a black dress that reminded many of a belly dance outfit but this one had a blinged-out halter top.
However, the always stylish superstar recording artist accessorized the outfit with the wearing of several necklaces and bracelets in addition to also having an elaborate henna tattoo on her hand.
One of the intriguing aspects of Rihanna is that she has this 'rare' real connection with her fans which has some social media entertainment observers wondering if she would ever consider acting and following the route of entertainers such as Jennifer Lopez.
As noted earlier, her presence at the fragrance launch left fans overjoyed with some becoming so emotional that tears were shed. Another aspect of her success that sometimes is overlooked but for which she is providing further evidence is that she seems to be a sneaky workaholic'.
Her body, in particular her stomach is always in shape and in addition to working on projects such as creating a new fragrance for her perfume line the rumours are floating throughout the Internet that she a new Rihanna album might soon be released, potentially in November.
She is beautiful, provocative and a 'sneaky' workaholic. There is another entertainment star who possesses the same traits and her name is ... Madonna. Something for critics to think about when the name Rihanna is mentioned.