Rihanna Sizzles In Stella McCartney At London Fashion Week & Plans To 'Shock The World' With Chris Brown
Rihanna showed off a little leg Saturday at the Stella McCartney Winter 2012 London Eveningwear Presentation and Dinner during London's Fashion Week. The singer was reportedly struck in the head by the sliding door of the Mercedes Viano that brought her to the show, and she nearly suffered a wardrobe malfunction when her dress rode up her leg.
Rumors that the "We Found Love" singer and her abusive ex-boyfriend Chris Brown are ready to "shock the world" are beginning to sound as though they're true as several reports reveal that the two are working together on a remix of her next single, "Birthday Cake". The steamy 1:18 interlude from her album "Talk That Talk" is being remixed into a full-length single, and word around town is Rihanna asked Brown to make an appearance on it.
The pair are also said to have rehearsed for their Grammy Awards performances together in the same room for over two hours and have been getting along again; and now, music producers Da Internz, who are working on the new song with her, hinted to MTV News that "Birthday Cake" will feature Brown.
"It's gonna be crazy. And the feature on there is gonna shock the world," they said.
The two singers may be ready to reconcile and put the past behind them, and Rihanna all but confirmed the rumor via her Twitter account on Friday.
She tweeted, "They can say whatever, Ima (sic) do whatever... No pain is forever, YUP! YOU KNOW THIS."
But others aren't as forgiving - country singer Miranda Lambert has gotten on Brown's case since he won his Grammy Award last week; and at a concert in Massachusetts Thursday night she held up a fan's sign that read "Take Notes Chris Brown" and told the crowd, "where I come from, beating up on a woman is never Okay."
Rihanna's "Birthday Cake" is set for release later this week.
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