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Rihanna's presents room
Rihanna has a room at her house where she keeps all the presents fans send her.
The Barbadian born singer keeps all the gifts and letters she receives from admirers around the world and has a large "theatre room" where she stores them all.
She said: "I keep them in my theatre at home. Well, it's supposed to be a theatre room but it has just become a storage room.
"I put everything that my fans give me in there. Letters, gifts, all that stuff."
Rihanna has been touring the world to promote her latest album, 'Rated R' and was last week hospitalised in Switzerland for an injured rib after hurting herself during her sell-out concert at the Hallenstadion venue, in Zurich, but her representatives later confirmed it was not a serious injury and she was continuing with the tour.
Meanwhile the 'Rude Boy' singer recently revealed she has an "ugly week" every month and has to restrict herself to a "pretty boring" diet to maintain her figure.
She said: "I have an ugly day every month; pimples on my face, I'm fat and in a bad mood. It's more like an ugly week!
"I've been working out a lot and I eat pretty boring - boiled egg, fruit, tons of water and some chicken. Well, this week I've eaten some other things but really small portions. I hate vegetables. I hate anything healthy, but if you want the results you've got to do it. I haven't even been drinking alcohol with dinner since I've been with this diet."Posted on 26 Apr 2010 16:30 to category : Music News
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