Rihanna was at a press conference for Battleship in London today and instead of asking about the movie, a reporter asked about Ashton Kutcher. He should have showed her pictures of her leaving his place at 4am. Needless to say, she threw a hissy fit.
“You’re so good with connecting with people, that I think that we actually feel we know you. Things are clearly going brilliantly in your career. I just wondered if you are as happy in your private life. Will we be seeing a certain Mr. Kutcher perhaps making a trip over here?”
Rihanna: “Wow, how disappointing was that question … I’m happy and I’m single, if that’s what you’re really asking.”
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