After a short trip to London, Rihanna was photographed in a good mood at New York City’s JFK Airport on Tuesday night (December 2). Watch a video above.
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Proceeds from this auction benefit the Clara Lionel Foundation. Founded in 2012 by Rihanna in honor of her grandparents, Clara and Lionel Brathwaite, CLF works to improve the quality of life for communities globally in the areas of health, education, arts, and culture.
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This Tuesday (December 2), Rihanna was photographed heading to a London restaurant to have late lunch with her crew. Click here for photos.
Rihanna is sending out an “SOS” about HIV for her fans. The “Umbrella” singer has partnered with MAC Cosmetics in an awareness campaign that is designed to educate young people about the virus. As part of this campaign, Rihanna walked the red carpet at a recent Hollywood screening of It’s Not Over, a new documentary by Andrew Jenks about three young people living with HIV in different parts of the world, which is now streaming on Netflix.
The subjects are Paige, an American teenage girl born with the virus who raises awareness of HIV issues in schools throughout the country; Sarang, a gay playwright from India who is staging a production in support of same-sex marriage; and Lucky, an educator from South Africa who is trying to prevent other young people from making poor life decisions.
Standing alongside these extraordinary young people, Rihanna told us that it was the statistics about HIV infection that shocked her into getting involved: right now young people between the ages of 13 and 24 account for 26 percent of all new infections in the U.S., according to a 2010 CDC report.
“That’s younger than I am!” the 26-year-old singer exclaimed. “That’s how real that is. And people don’t know that, especially young people…and I think the only way to stop it is to have people know what’s going on.”
After the British Fashion Awards last night, Rihanna changed clothes and attended a party in celebration of Edward Enninful in The Oscar Wilde Bar at Hotel Cafe Royal.
RiRi is back in the UK! She was photographed at London’s Heathrow Airport this Monday morning (December 1). What do you think are her plans? Stay stuned and click here for photos.
Rihanna was seen shopping in new York City yesterday (November 30). Check out more pictures here!