Ri dreams of steamy movie scene with Megan Fox
Would you take your career to This high level, Rihanna?
In one of her latest interviews, Rihanna said she definitely didn’t rule out the possibility of launching a new career, this time in movie business. Moreover, the 21 year old singer said she was “enthusiastic” about some plans in the works.
According to Ri, she is looking for a particular kind of role to take. She’s not interested in portraying aspiring singers or models, all this sweetie-pretty kind of stuff. On the contrary, she’s more about going tough for the role, adding that playing an assassin would be an ideal part for her.
I’d love to be an assassin. Either that or a lesbian. Maybe both! Hey, a gay assassin, there’s nothing hotter than that. Megan Fox would play my girlfriend – hands down. She’s yummy. She’s hot. All humans are born with the ability to be attracted to both sexes. I mean, I could see myself in a relationship with a girl.”
Girl-girl scenes with Megan Fox? This movie would probably smash box office records if it really got released, with some 90% of male population of the country visiting the theatres in the first night.
Rihanna has definitely left her sweet girl imagine behind. She’s much tougher and stronger and confident now. Should we thank Chris Brown for that?
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