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Rihanna At The NBA All-Star Game

This is how I like to see Rihanna – on stage, having fun and being her funky self. Here at the NBA All-Star Game, Rihanna does what she does best – puts on a great show. She looks great and looks like she’s having a lot of fun. I love her body, but mostly, I love her smile. It’s hard to focus on these pictures though when other, much less delicious, photos hit the press this week. In them, Rihanna is shown swollen and bruised. Her lip is cut open. Her eye is swollen. We all know how that happened – Chris Brown. Chris took to Twitter to blame everyone else for those pictures, once again trying to make the situation all about him. Rihanna has asked her fans to move on and I’d like to. It must be hard for her, though, to see those pictures out there – pictures from what was, undoubtedly, an incredibly painful chapter in her life. Whoever leaked those pictures should be ashamed of themselves. What a sin for Rihanna and the people that love her.

Rihanna at the NBA All Star Game

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  • Victoria, you were so idlneribcy sexy in the pirate costume. The moves with your blouse whew breathtaking.Suggestions for a Christmas reading? To capture the heart of a grown man and the kid in him, imagine a stunning nude woman (you) reading Winnie the Pooh’s Christmas An enchanting Christmas tale from the Hundred-Acre Wood, by Bruce Talkington. Pooh lovers should find nothing in this story to disappoint, unless it’s maybe Piglet’s petulance at the beginning of the tale when he thinks Pooh won’t be giving him a present, but this is so understated as to be forgivable. I wish I had a fireplace so I could snuggle in front of it and read this cozy tale that’s sweeter than a pot full of honey. Sometimes actor’s minds work a little differently but you can be sweeter than a pot full of honey