“I have no doubt that all of your fans will be coming to see this film,” said a British reporter for Independent Television Network. “And you’re so good at connecting with people, that I think that we actually feel we know you. Things are clearly going brilliantly in your career…”
And right before the question turned into a Rihanna biography, the reporter broke out the big guns: “I just wondered if you are as happy in your private life? And will a certain Mr. Ashton Kutcher be making a trip over here?”
You can actually see the moment on Rihanna’s face that she visualized ripping this woman’s hair out.
“Wow. How disappointing was that question?” Rihanna responded.
Oh come on, he wasn’t that bad on ‘Two and a Half Men.’
The mediator asked, “Shall we move on to another one?”
“Absolutely,” Rihanna responded. “I’m happy and I’m single, if that’s what you’re asking.”
My initial reaction to this is, how can you be mean to anyone with a British accent? They’re so lovely. Even when Gordon Ramsay is yelling at people, I’m like, ‘oh, he’s just so polite, it’s refreshing.’
But more importantly, this is a movie about Battleship. What kind of questions are these reporters supposed ask?
“Rihanna! How much does this movie stay true to the board game? What was it like working with the little red pegs?!”