Thursday, 24 November 2011

Rihanna, I'm not happy being single

The S&M singer left chat show host Ellen DeGeneres lost for words when she included a third party in their tête-à-tête.
‘My personal life is pretty much non-existent which is not good,’ admitted the 23-year-old saucepot.
‘Not for the long run, not for me, not for her,’ she declared as she pointed south.
The star dispelled chat she had become close to Hackney boxer, Dudley O’Shaughnessy – the hunky star in her We Found Love video.
‘I’m not dating anyone right now,’ said the downbeat singer. ‘I’m not dating at all, like it’s kind of wack.’
She explained her solo status was definitely not her own choice and blamed work for depriving her of hanky panky.


‘I’m not necessarily happy being single,’ she continued. ‘It sucks but it is what it is. I don’t want it to seem like my work is my everything.’
The Barbadian beauty confessed her frantic tweeting has replaced ‘booty calls’ in the real world.
And fellas – if you fancy breaking the RiRi’s man drought, she knows exactly what she is waiting for.
‘I like men who are aggressive but mysterious,’ she said. ‘I like them to be sure of themselves and know that they’re the man, I’m the lady.’
On Ellen’s show, RiRi also came face-to-face with two potential successors when she cuddled Sophia Grace Brownlee, eight, and her five-year-old cousin Rosie McClelland.
The Essex girls, from Harlow, are being tipped as the ‘next big thing’ after racking up more than 22million YouTube hits for a cover of Nicki Minaj’s hit Super Bass.


The We Found Love singer denied rumours she had become close to Hackney boxer Dudley O'Shaughnessy while filming the video for her latest number one single, and moaned to chat show host Ellen DeGeneres she is not happy with the drought in the bedroom.
Rihanna said: "My personal life is pretty much non-existent which is not good."
"Not for the long run, not for me."
The 23-year-old singer complained: "I'm not dating anyone right now. I'm not dating at all, like it's kind of wack.
"I'm not necessarily happy being single."
Rihanna knows exactly what kind of man she would like to hook up with.
She said: "I like men who are aggressive but mysterious. I like them to be sure of themselves and know that they're the man, I'm the lady."
Also performing on Ellen's show were internet sensations Sophia Brownlee, eight and her five-year-old cousin Rosie McClelland. The Essex girls have achieved over 22 million hits on YouTube for their cover of Nicki Minaj's Super Boss.

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