• Rihanna rumbles 13-8 on the Billboard Hot 100 (dated March 4) with "Love on the Brain," marking her milestone 30th top 10. Dating to the chart's Aug. 4, 1958, inception, only Madonna, with 38, and The Beatles, with 34, boast more.
    Rihanna breaks a tie for third place with Michael Jackson, who's tallied 29 top 10s, as a soloist.
    Notably, Rihanna sports the second-fastest accumulation of 30 Hot 100 top 10s (from an act's first-ever week in the region to the first week in the tier with its 30th). Having first hit the top 10 with "Pon De Replay" on the July 16, 2005-dated chart, she needed 10 years, seven months and two weeks to tally 30 top 10s. Only The Beatles hit the landmark more quickly, from "I Want to Hold Your Hand" to "Something," over a span of just five years, nine months and two weeks (Jan. 25, 1964-Nov. 8, 1969).
    While she's the leader for the most Hot 100 top 10s, Madonna took 12 years, eight months and two weeks from her first top 10, "Borderline," to her 30th, "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" (June 16, 1984-March 1, 1997; thus, with the latest Hot 100 dated March 4, 2017, we last celebrated an act reaching 30 top 10 hits 20 years ago to the week).
    Here's a recap of Rihanna's 30 Hot 100 top 10s (with 25 in a lead role).
     

    NAVY!
    Our favorite girl turns 29 this Monday, February 20, 2017!
    It's hard to express all the love and gratitude we feel, so join us on Twitter and Instagram wish hashtag #HappyBirthdayRihanna and share your special wishes.
     
    The 59th annual GRAMMY Awards took place on Sunday and, unfortunately, RiRi did not take home any of the 8 awards she was nominated for.
    Fun article via Buzz Feed: A list of things Rihanna did at the Grammys.
    Check out photos clicking below and here.

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    Via EW: No, those exclusive first look images below of Rihanna driving in the rain and stuffing a case full of cash are not from an upcoming music video. Before the Grammy-winning artist joins Sandra Bullock’s merry band of thieves in next summer’s Ocean’s 8, Rihanna will bring one of the Bates Motel’s most famous guests to life on the small screen.
    After reading a November 2015 Vanity Fair interview in which the singer lauded Bates Motel, the show’s producers took a stab in the dark and asked the pop star to cameo as Marion Crane, the Psycho character portrayed by Janet Leigh in the 1960 movie. But as the role played into a larger arc for the show’s final season, they grew less confident that she’d sign on. To their absolute surprise, RiRi did.
    Fans certainly have expectations for the real main event,  Psycho‘s infamous shower scene, which stands as one of cinema’s most shocking deaths. Psycho’s supposed heroine — who steals her boss’ money for her boyfriend, goes on the run, and lands at the Bates Motel along the way — was surprisingly murdered at the end of the film’s first act. Will Rihanna’s version of the character meet the same fate?

    However, Ehrin does note that the show plans to take a more contemporary route with Marion than the original did. “Let me just preface by saying it’s one of my favorite films,” Ehrin says. “But Marion is a woman written in the ’50s by a guy. It was very much our goal to show you what’s going on in her head to give  her more complexity.” To do so, Ehrin hints that Bates’ swan-song season will depict events that were otherwise off-screen in Alfred Hitchcock’s movie. “Two different versions of the same story collide in a really explosive way,” she says. Let’s just hope Rihanna packed her shower shoes!

    Bates Motel returns Monday, Feb. 20 at 10 p.m. ET on A&E. For more inside info on Rihanna’s trip to Bates Motel, pick up the next issue of Entertainment Weekly, on stands Friday.



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