R&B singer Rihanna has decided to take an easy approach to 2011 by revealing her New Year's resolution to be sex-related.
Despite last year's resolution being her aim to learn to play the drums, Rihanna has revealed a more sensual goal for 2011.
Pop diva, Rihanna doesn't have an album coming out, so we don't know why she's busy responding to paparazzi with outrageous commentary. But, time after time she never fails to disappoint. Recently, while leaving an LA hot spot, one Paparazzi asked Rihanna about her New Year's resolution. Her answer: "Sex." Whoa, shawty! Aren't you the poster woman for women in abusive relationships? (Dime Wars)
A few weeks ago, Rihanna and Christina Aguilera caused an uproar over racy outfits they wore while performing on British competition show, "The X Factor."
Rihanna and Christina Aguilera's performances on The X Factor finale have caused quite an uproar with British folks who don't like their pop stars getting all sexy-like on TV. ITV, the network that airs the reality competition in the U.K., has allegedly received thousands of complaints from angry viewers expressing how offended they were by Xtina and RiRi's gyrations and outfit choices on the show. Now there's an investigation underway to see if X Factor is responsible for warping the minds of the innocent children of Britain. (Idolator)
Last year, rocker Travis Barker taught Rihanna how to play the drums for her resolution.
Rihanna was looking to take up another talent this year, and she did just that! The pop star said at the beginning of 2010 that she wanted to learn the drums, and former Blink 182 percussionistTravis Barker helped make that goal come to fruition. In March, Barker tweeted: "Teaching Rihanna some things on drums." Rihanna is even seen on drums in the music video for her song "Rude Boy." (ET Online)
Fellow R&B singer Trey Songz recently named his 2011 resolution.
"My New Year's resolution is to stay true to myself," "Bottoms Up" singer Trey Songz revealed. "Regardless of what anybody says, I'll never let anybody else's thoughts dictate that of my own." (MTV)