Sunday, May 4, 2014

Rihanna Scoops FOUR Awards At iHeartRadio - Check Out Her Curves In This Revealing Dress!

Rihanna led the winners with four gongs at the first ever iHeartRadio awards in Los Angeles on Thursday night.

But even if she hadn't been on stage, it would have been hard to miss her as she showed up with her hair styled like Crazy Eyes from Orange Is The New Black, along with bright green lipstick.
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Things kicked off with a bang for the singer as she scooped the first award of the evening in the form of the Best Hip Hop/R&B Song Of The Year.

Unfortunately, Rihanna couldn’t revel in her success as she turned up late to the ceremony after apparently getting stuck in traffic.


But her night was only just beginning and she won four out of five possible awards during the evening, including the most prestigious of all, Artist Of The Year.

After doing a happy dance when her name was read out, Rihanna thanked everyone she has worked with in the past.

After saying she was speaking on behalf of all the nominees, Rihanna added: ‘There are times when it gets really difficult but when we think about the fans and the support that’s what keeps us going. Rihanna Navy, thank you! Congratulations.’

She then scooped Song Of The Year for Stay and was delighted as she told the crowd: 'Thank you guys, shout out to Mikky Ekko for writing this incredible, incredible record. From the moment I heard it I loved it.

'But thanks to the fans for supporting it. And thanks to radio for playing it. Music is keeping radio alive and likewise, so thank you.'

She lost out in the Best Collaboration category to Pitbull, who won for his song with Kesha, Timber, and said to presenter Pharrell Williams: ‘I'm nervous being up here with you.’

The rapper, who had started the show with a performance of his songs Timber and Wild Wild Love, referenced the ongoing scandal regarding Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.

‘I want to welcome the world to the first iHeartRadio Music Awards. Now everyone that's here is a who's who, a what's what, the anybody's of all anybody's — except of course for Donald Sterling,’ he said.