Was Rihanna Too Raunchy at NBA All-Star Game?
Rihanna raised some eyebrows when she performed at the NBA All-Star weekend doing some racy moves. INSIDE EDITION has the details.
Did Rihanna go too far with her performance which is being called "raunchy," at the NBA All-Star game?
The singer wore a skimpy outfit and repeatedly grabbed herself provocatively during the live halftime show on TNT.
"Look Away Now Kids!," shouts London's Daily Mail, calling her performance "outrageous" and adding that she "shocked many with her racy antics."
It was Rihanna's 23rd birthday, and she shared a laugh with teen idol Justin Bieber as they sat together courtside at the big game.
Just a few seats away were Jay-Z and Beyoncé, who was showing off her new blonde hairdo.
Hollywood legends Jack Nicholson, Warren Beatty, and Dustin Hoffman mixed with music superstar Stevie Wonder and American Idol's Steven Tyler in the star-studded crowd at the sold-out Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Everyone was buzzing about Los Angeles Clippers player Blake Griffin, who threw down a gravity-defying dunk the night before. Griffin actually jumped over a car to win the NBA dunk contest Saturday night.
But the big surprise of NBA All-Star weekend? It was the revelation that Justin Bieber got game. The 16-year-old teen heartthrob arrived just minutes before Friday night's celebrity All-Star game, then scored eight points on live TV, including one pretty impressive three-pointer. Talk about Bieber fever! The 5' 5" singer was voted game MVP and had this reaction:
"We're going to Disneyland!"
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