Azealia Banks sets her sights on Rihanna in latest feud

The rapper ignited a social media battle with Rihanna after she tweeted her opposition to President Donald Trump's temporary ban of immigrants from seven predominately Muslim countries.

"Disgusted," Rihanna tweeted. "The news is devastating! America is being ruined right before our eyes! What an immoral pig you have to be to implement such BS!!"

Banks then took to Instagram on Sunday to slam Rihanna in a series of expletive-filled posts -- eventually posting what she claimed was Rihanna's phone number.

Guo Pei: The Chinese master couturier behind Rihanna's most daring look

Most notably, it marked the opening of the Costume Institute's "China: Through the Looking Glass" exhibition, which went on to become the Metropolitan Museum of Art's fifth most-visited show of all time.

But it was also the moment Rihanna wore an elaborately embroidered, fur-trimmed creation designed by couturier Guo Pei on the red carpet, introducing the Chinese designer to a global audience.

Rihanna's backing dancer found 'safe' after social campaign

The North Bergen Police Department, based in New Jersey, said: "She is safe and at a medical facility.

"Detectives have contacted her father and he is in route from Los Angeles to reunite with his daughter."

Rihanna and Missy Elliot were among the people who posted pleas on social media to help find the dancer, who had been missing since Friday.

Rihanna's Instagram post said: "This beautiful soul, and former dancer of mine is MISSING!!!

"My heart aches thinking of how heavy this is on all who love her!"

Rihanna stuns as modern Marie Antoinette in CR Fashion Book

Wearing a pink corset with long sleeves embellished with pink bows and French lace, a simple red ribbon choker around her neck and her face partly obscured by cigar smoke, Rihanna looks straight at Terry Richardson's lens, oozing the provocative allure of a modern day Marie Antoinette for CR Fashion Book's ninth issue, themed around the doomed French queen.

Rihanna shines in diamonds, gems and jewels at MTV VMAs

For the 2016 version held at Madison Square Graden on Sunday, there were plenty of outstanding performances but arguably the best of them of all was Rihanna, who mounted a tour de force, appearing on stage four times, including opening and closing the event.

For every performance there was a new outfit and complimenting all of the looks were jewels.

Drake presents Rihanna with award and says he loves her

But they didn't just present it to her...They gave Drake the stage to do so, and his introduction was almost too precious for our hearts to handle. 

He recalled the first moment he met the Barbadian singer—in 2005, while working as an extra on her "Pon de Replay" music video. He commended her fashion and her ability to remain true to herself. But most importantly, he dropped the L-word...and we all basically died.

Rihanna to accept Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at MTV VMAs

MTV announced the news on Thursday that they wanted to honor the eight-time Grammy winner when the show airs August 28 from New York City's Madison Square Garden.

The singer took to Twitter to say how "honored" she is to win the prestigious award.

The Vanguard -- MTV's lifetime achievement award -- was given in 1984 to David Bowie, the Beattles and Richard Lester. It was renamed after Michael Jackson in 1991.

Rihanna to be awarded MTV Video Music Award lifetime achievement prize

It's MTV's highest honour and is known as the Michael Jackson video vanguard award.

Last year Kanye West won the trophy, with Beyonce, Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears previously getting it.

"[The award] reflects an artist's impact not just on music but on pop culture, fashion, film and philanthropy," says MTV.

She will also perform at the ceremony in New York, as well as being nominated for best collaboration and best female video.

Beyonce leads the nominations though with 11 nods, while Adele is up for eight.

'Ocean's Eight' to have all-female lead cast

Rihanna, Mindy Kaling, Helena Bonham Carter and rapper Awkwafina are close to deals to join Sandra Bullock, Anne Hathaway and Cate Blanchett for the Warner Bros. heist film "Ocean's Eight," according to sources close to the production.

The casting of the spinoff, which was first reported by Deadline, follows the studios' successful "Ocean's Eleven" franchise. This time the crew will be all women.

Drake declares his love for Rihanna during NYC concert

The Canadian rapper performed at Madison Square Garden in New York City Saturday night and declared his love for R&B songstress while addressing the crowd.

 "If you've got love for Rihanna in New York City...cuz you know I've got love for Rihanna," he told the audience before launching into a few of her songs, according to Page Six. The concert also featuredFuture.