Rihanna has unveiled a second teaser image for her highly anticipated music video to new single 'Where Have You Been'.
The 'We Found Love' singer showed off the single's cover artwork last week, and treated fans to a black-and-white still from the video late last night (16th April).
"And the countdown to "Where Have You Been" continues...," Rihanna posted on Facebook this evening (17th April). "Are you guys ready?"
The 'You Da One' singer then uploaded a second black-and-white image, which sees Rihanna sporting a beehive style hairdo with her newly dyed dark brown hair.
Rihanna Rules Out Rehab
Rihanna says she will never end up in rehab because she thrives on pressure.
The singing superstar - who shot to fame with Pon De Replay in 2005 after Jay-Z discovered her when she was just 16 - has taken the world by storm, but she admits she won't let the pressure get to her and end up at a treatment facility.
Speaking about going into rehab she told Mondanite magazine: "That will never happen to me. I refuse to crack under pressure - in fact I thrive on it. So when I read about Britney Spears and Amy Winehouse who have suffered under it, it's sad. It is easy to criticise them but it happens. You just have to stay focused and keep your feet on the ground."
The 23-year-old star also says she stays grounded by phoning her best friend.
She said: "Staying down to earth in this industry in general is really not easy, but I am strong and when I feel lost or depressed on the road, I call my best friend Melissa. When I see people turning to drugs and alcohol, then that's when I call Melissa. She helps me get through things."
Rihanna ready to fight for Adele
Rihanna would take it "very personally" if someone told her they didn't like Adele.
The Bajan beauty has previously joked about the "depth of [her] affection" for the talented British songstress, adding she only performed at the BRIT Awards earlier this year to "stalk her".
Rihanna has now revealed that she doesn't take comments against Adele lightly, and has joked that she'd confront anyone who says a bad word about the star.
"Well who doesn't like Adele? Honestly, if I find somebody who doesn't like Adele there will be trouble. I'd take that very personally!" she laughed in an interview with the UK edition of OK! magazine.
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