• Pregnant Rihanna stuns in red lace bodysuit on the cover of Vogue’s May issue

    The singer and billionaire entrepreneur spoke to Vogue about redefining pregnancy fashion for the magazine's May issue.

  • Rihanna says pregnancy has 'unlocked new levels of love and respect' for her mother

    Rihanna has a new found respect for her mother now she's 'on the verge of motherhood' herself..

  • Rihanna shares fresh baby bump photo as she introduces her new 'gang'

    'How the gang pulled up to black history month,' says Rihanna as she shares photos of baby bump and A$AP Rocky.

  • Andrew Lloyd Webber still top of rich list despite ‘£20m hit’ from pandemic

    Andrew Lloyd Webber is expected to take a £20 million hit to his fortune as a result of the coronavirus crisis, according to the Sunday Times Rich List. The 72-year-old composer stands to lose millions of pounds due to the closure of his

  • Rihanna invites fans to star in next Savage X Fenty campaign to celebrate two-year anniversary

    The singer is looking for new faces to model her lingerie range.

  • Rihanna lookalike Ala'a Skyy, Age 7, lands major hair contract

    Ala'a Skyy, Rihanna's look-a-like, has landed her first major contract at the age of seven. It all started after Skyy's photo went viral when Rihanna shared it with her 74m followers. Even the singer couldn't believe how

  • People are comparing Rihanna to the Kardashians in Harper's Bazaar China row

    Cultural appropriation or appreciation?

  • Everything you need to know about Osea Island, the A-list bolthole Rihanna has reportedly rented

    Rihanna is reportedly recording her next album on the private island.

  • Rihanna praised by fans for not airbrushing models in Fenty campaign

    "I love that the images used on Fenty are not retouched and that the model's skin is not perfect by societal standards"

  • Met Gala 2019: Rihanna and Blake Lively are nowhere to be seen and Twitter isn’t impressed

    If you expected to see Rihanna and Blake Lively walking the Met Gala pink carpet this evening, fear not as you’re not the only one to be sorely disappointed with their absence.Amid the crowds of celebrities that showed off their "Camp"-inspired ensembles at Monday night’s fashion extravaganza at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the famous pair were notably nowhere to be seen.On Monday evening, Rihanna teased fans that her appearance at the star-studded event was imminent when she posted a photograph of US Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour at the gala on her Instagram page.“Best dressed,” the singer captioned the photograph.Over the weekend, Lively debuted her growing baby bump at her husband, Ryan Reynolds, Los Angeles premiere for his latest film, Pokémon Detective Pikachu.> View this post on Instagram> > best dressed. 💕🤷🏿‍♀️> > A post shared by badgalriri (@badgalriri) on May 6, 2019 at 4:57pm PDTThe pair’s failed attendance at the gala this year has devastated several fashion fans on Twitter who were eager to see what were expected to be show-stopping ensembles.“No Rihanna and no Blake Lively? What is the met gala this year??,” one user commented.Another added: “Where are Rihanna and Blake Lively when you need them? MetGala”“WHERE ARE RIHANNA AND BLAKE LIVELY IM THIS CLOSE TO CALLING MY LAWYERS MetGala [sic],” one upset fan tweeted.Meanwhile, one disgruntled fan commented: “Rihanna and blake lively are the queens of the met gala and they didn’t come?? it’s cancelled [sic].”> No Rihanna and no Blake Lively? What is the met gala this year?? metgala pic.twitter.com/HF20s8pSzk> > — Maria (@mariaayann) > > May 7, 2019> Where are Rihanna and Blake Lively when you need them? MetGala pic.twitter.com/He9pG8BFve> > — peony (@fuckitydarkside) > > May 7, 2019> WHERE ARE RIHANNA AND BLAKE LIVELY IM THIS CLOSE TO CALLING MY LAWYERS MetGala pic.twitter.com/vhJmvtidHV> > — L (@lanawaelxx) > > May 7, 2019Another fan was quick to point out Rihanna and Lively weren't the only Met Gala legends not in attendance at tonight's event, tweeting: "No Rihanna no Blake Lively no Sarah Jessica Parker no Beyoncé Met Gala 2019 might as well have not happened."> no Rihanna > no Blake Lively > no Sarah Jessica Parker > no Beyoncé > Met Gala 2019 might as well have not happened> > — V (@vstowe) > > May 7, 2019In recent years, Rihanna and Blake Lively have come to be internationally known for their creative gala gowns designed by the likes of Riri don Comme des Garçons, Ralph Lauren, and Versace.However, while fans expected to see the sartorially-savvy pair at the event, this isn’t the first time Rihanna and Lively have been absent from the event’s red carpet.In 2016, the singer skipped the 2016 event, which ran under the them "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology” just one year after stunning on the red carpet in a yellow Guo Pei-designed dress that was subsequently turned into a "pizza meme" across the world.Meanwhile, the Gossip Girl actor missed the gala in 2012 and 2015 due to rumoured work and family commitments.On Friday, Rihanna announced her beauty line Fenty Beauty will finally be available on the British high street.The Bajan singer tweeted about her beauty brand’s partnership with health and beauty retailer Boots, which will see products from the brand available to buy from the store from 10 May.

  • Rihanna's most incredible looks

    Rihanna has a tendency to light up at the red carpet at special events. We take a look back at the Bardanian singer's fashion highlights over the years. Watch the video to see her best

  • Here's why Fenty Beauty's latest highlighter has been labelled offensive

    "Speaking on behalf of East Asians: nice colour, but the name? Really?"

  • Rihanna's fans think her sunglasses could be a clue about her next launch

    Does this mean we're ditching the tiny sunglasses?

  • Rihanna sues father over use of their last name for business

    Rihanna is suing her father over his use of their last name for a business. In the lawsuit filed on Tuesday in federal court in Los Angeles, Rihanna, whose full name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty, says that her father, Ronald Fenty, and his partner have

  • 20 celebrity outfits that left us scratching our heads in 2018

    We often turn to the A-list pack in search of sartorial inspiration whether it’s a red carpet ensemble that’s made our Pinterest board or a street style pap shot that’s inspired our latest shopping list.Yet although armed with a celebrity stylist and wardrobe team, Hollywood’s biggest names don’t always hit the right fashion notes.This year, the near-naked trend reigned the headlines and although a major talking point, the likes of Bella Hadid and Rita Ora failed to make some of our best dressed lists as a consequence.2018 has also been a time of experimentation for a bunch of celebrities with Amber Heard trialling a couture swimming cap on the red carpet to Lady Gaga making Shakespearean ruffles a thing.But if we had to give the award for this year’s most unusual wardrobe, actor Ezra Miller is a sure-fire winner thanks to that Moncler puffer dress.From Rihanna’s pope-inspired Met Gala ensemble to Robert Pattinson’s twist on the traditional tux, these were this year’s most unusual (and wonderfully weird) celebrity outfits.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Best celebrity red carpet looks of 2018, from Lady Gaga to Dakota JohnsonBest dressed celebrities: December’s top A-list fashion moments so farSupersized celebrity red carpet dresses

  • Rihanna quietly responds to the whole Victoria's Secret controversy

    Who doesn't love a bit of subtle shade throwing?

  • One fan recreates Rihanna's British Vogue cover and Twitter can't get enough

    Visiting her local craft store and creating the perfect lineup of beauty favourites, one makeup artist recreated Rihanna's iconic British Vogue cover to the delight of Twitter.

  • Rihanna rocks retro pin thin eyebrows on landmark British Vogue cover

    The fashion icon is the first black woman to have graced the cover of the September issue in the publication's 102-year history.