Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Rihanna misses Barbados


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When Rihanna arrived at the DKMS fifth annual Linked Against Leukaemia gala last night, she was the belle of the ball.
Rihanna opted for a two-tiered black ball-gown with lace panelling, frilled skirt and an elegant train as she demonstrated a subtle but chic style for the bash.
And in keeping with the look she had her flame red hair styled into an elegant up do and opted for simple yet stunning makeup and only accessorised with a pair of drop earrings.
Rihanna was honoured at the event held at Cipriani Wall Street for her work in the fight against Leukaemia.
The star celebrated after with dinner at Emilio’s Bellato Italian restaurant on the edges of Little Italy.
One of the city’s favourite celebrity haunts, it has a private dining room where the owner has previously played host to the likes of Denzel Washington, Lenny Kravitz and Russell Crowe.
In a recent interview with Top of the Pops magazine, the Barbadian singer admitted that she loves lazing around on her days off.
‘When I have a day off, I usually just laze around for as long as possible,’ she told the publication.
‘I watch TV in bed, blast music out really loudly, or maybe go shopping. But recently when I’ve had time off, I haven’t been shopping at all. I’ve just stayed at home watching TV.’
She also admitted to getting homesick from time to time, confessing: ‘I really miss being away from home.
‘What I miss most is my family, the food, some of the music and definitely the weather – sunshine makes me happy!
‘Barbados has a different culture and I miss being part of it, having it as my everyday life.’ (The Daily Mail)


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