Rihanna is not a fan being quizzed about her personal life, especially since rumours surfaced that she was seeing Ashton Kutcher. Only a few weeks ago she shutdown a reporter at a press junket who dared to ask about her love life.
Even after that happened reporters are still asking about what’s going on romantically and who she is dating.
In this interview for Australian TV she is asked, “How frustrating is it when you’re linked to another Hollywood star even if you’ve barely met them?”
Rihanna replies, “Very frustrating. Almost as frustrating as being asked about it.”
The interviewer doesn’t give up at this point and pushes on saying, “Well, people are interested in you, you’re a big star.”
Watch the video to find out what happened next.
Yesterday a bizarre story emerged when Courtney Love claimed on Twitter that David Grohl had acted inappropriately towards her daughter, Frances Bean Cobain.
Dave was quick to deny the rumours and now Frances Bean has stepped in to back him up.
“While I’m generally silent on the affairs of my biological mother, her recent tirade has taken a gross turn”
“I have never been approached by Dave Grohl in more than a platonic way. I’m in a monogamous relationship and very happy.”
She also went on to say. “Twitter should ban my mother.”
We’re unable to confirm rumours that Frances then shouted ‘Gawd you’re so embarrassing mum’ and slammed the door to her room.
Hannah Berney, who appeared on the show last week has revealed to The Sun that producers from the show contacted her to ask her to audition and offer her support.
Hannah said: “They give you so much support. The show is the biggest opportunity of our lives and they don’t want people to be put in the spotlight without any preparation.”
A source told the newspaper, “Viewers are used to TV singing contests where acts get no help at the start. It’s about raw talent. So viewers of The Voice may feel short-changed. The BBC should be more open.”
The BBC hit back against this claims with a spokesperson saying. “The Voice helps artists to be the best they can be, so they get help every step of the way, including vocal coaching and band rehearsals. The audition process is one of support. Everybody who auditions gets something out of it.”
What do you think? Should contestants get help?