• News
  • World News

Don't Ask Rihanna About the Royal Wedding

Don't Ask Rihanna About the Royal Wedding

The other day, Access Hollywood caught up with Rihanna and innocently asked if she'd been invited to the upcoming royal wedding.

"[There's] Not a single thought about it in my head to share with you, I'm so sorry", she responded. "Am I coming to yours?"

Much of the United Kingdom - and the rest of the world, for that matter - might be in the grips of royal wedding fever, but not everyone is super excited about Saturday's (19 May) event.

But wait, it gets better. Under normal circumstances you'd delay a wedding when that happens, but that isn't really an option when the entire nation of Great Britian is involved.

During a typical red carpet interview with Rihanna, a reporter asked the pop star if she was attending the royal wedding.

Meanwhile, the wedding of Prince Harry and Megan Markle will be held may 19.

This month alone, Rihanna has been the co-chair at the Met Gala, launched her Fenty lingerie line, and who knows what else. "We have a bridal vibe going on, we definitely do have a little skirt and top situation", RiRi said. Naturally, people have been linking the two together ever since, even sparking up the meme of a snapshot of the two at the AIDS event where Rihanna hypothetically tells the prince, "So, I hear you like black girls now" when news broke of his relationship with fiancée Meghan Markle.

Clearly, Rihanna has no hard feelings about not attending the ceremony. Meghan Markle's family isn't going but maybe this singer is, right?

Leave Your Comment

Leave Your Comment

Latest News

Breaking News


Elon Musk's Boring Company reveals exciting ambitions

Joining him on stage was Steve Davis, a top executive at Musk's aptly named underground transit venture, the Boring Company . He teased that they would be delivered personally via a Boring Company van.

Avenfield case: Court gives Nawaz, family more time to record statements

The accused were directed to record their statements in line with the questionnaire. Objecting to the plea, the prosecution said the defence just wants to waste time.

Trump set to announce massive cuts to Planned Parenthood

They point out that federal family planning funds can not be now used to pay for abortion procedures. A rep for Planned Parenthood could not be immediately reached for comment on Thursday night.

White House Weighs in on Laurel vs. Yanny Debate: 'I Hear Covfefe'

I've listened to Laurel and Yanny roughly one hundred times , and even using this tool I struggle to hear Yanny . What do you hear?! "'Definitely Laurel .' 'Laurel?' Laurel , it's not Yanny at all", says Melissa Atkins.

Liverpool plan open bus parade for Champions League victory

Should the team win the game, they would return to Liverpool on Sunday May 27, which is the date the parade would take place. Firmino told Uefa .com: "I am still a little bit "restless", as I always want more, to grow and grow even further".

Federal Bureau of Investigation used secret program to gather info on Trump campaign

During a Thursday (Friday NZT) interview on Fox & Friends, Giuliani, a former NY mayor, called for an end to the Mueller probe. If Comey directed this, Giuliani said, "he should be prosecuted".

Batwoman will be introduced in next Arrowverse crossover event

But according to TV Line , the next crossover will see the heroic foursome will team with none other than, Batwoman . Let the speculation begin as to which version of Batwoman they're going to go with for the Arrowverse .

Liverpool forward's boots go on display at British Museum

However, none of those goals were scored with the boots that will go on display: this particular pair has never been used. Liverpool star Mo Salah's boots are to sit among Egyptian pharaohs in the British Museum following his Golden Boot win.

Deadpool 2 Mocks Marvel Studios' Avengers Marketing in New Video

Also , the film has one of the funniest post credits scenes in superhero movies, so be sure to stick around untill the very end. Deadpool 2's plot, while familiar in a way, is much more coherent, unpredictable, and overall more engaging and satisfying.

Suicidal Thoughts, Attempts On The Rise Among Young People: 'It's A Critical Public-Health Crisis Right Now'

Half of the encounters were children ages 15-17, 37 percent were children ages 12-14, and 12.8 percent were children ages 5-11. Lead study author, Greg Plemmons, M.D., an associate professor of Clinical Pediatrics at Monroe Carrell Jr.