Attention everyone. Rihanna's Dior commercial is finally here!
And it's as beautiful as we ever could have imagined!
The sexy Bajan songstress takes Versailles as her own, clad in the same pre-fall fashions she teased in the campaign pics!
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Except it's all to the tune of a hot new song fresh off her album, apparently titled A Night.
It definitely samples Florence & The Machine's If Only For A Night, which is a pretty interesting choice for the campaign, especially because Florence Welch is close friends with Chanel's Karl Lagerfeld!
But press PLAY (above) and let us know what you think!
Florence Welch opened up about her recent breakdown, and we're not talking about the one she acted out for her Ship to Wreck video.
The Florence + The Machine singer admitted she hit a low point last summer, when the break she was taking turned out to give her more free time than she wanted:
"I had kind of a breakdown and washed up a bit of a mess to the studio. I had just wore myself out… Without the structure of touring, you have to face your own chaos. I was playing gigs nonstop since I was 21. When I was left to my own devices, I realized I was f–king everything up."
The songbird says the she was struggling with her love life and booze binging, elaborating:
While Reese Witherspoon may have been the star of this weekend's Saturday Night Live, but don't forget her special music act!
The Hot Pursuit actress was joined by Florence + The Machine for two haunting ballads on Saturday, but the band's best performance was definitely its new song What Kind of Man.
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The song isn't too different from classic Florence tracks, but it sure is beautiful!
Plus, we like that they went with a simple stage and lighting — no frills necessary.
Ch-ch-check out Florence's best moment (below)!!!
Reese Witherspoon is hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend for the first time in FOURTEEN YEARS!!
To put that in perspective, the last time the actress hosted was right after Legally Blonde was released in theaters!
In the promos for the upcoming episode, the 39-year-old and SNL's Aidy Bryant discuss how fun their names are, dance to Smash Mouth (sort of), and straight up ditch the promos.
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But don't worry, the stand0ins sweep up their mess.
The girls also talk about going for a walk through nature like Reese's character in Wild — right before getting distracted by cute animal videos.
Check out the promos (above) and watch Reese host on May 9 with musical guest Florence + the Machine!
We heard that Rihanna would be trying some new things on R8, and sampling Florence + the Machine's Only If For A Night may be the best!
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And now we can finally listen over and over again to a preview of A Night thanks to RiRi's other profession — modeling for Dior.
Ch-ch-check out the ad (above) to watch Rihanna show off the latest in haute couture AND to get your first listen to RiRi's next big hit!
We knew Florence + the Machine's powerful new track Ship To Wreck was about self-destruction, but this video is wild like Reese Witherspoon!
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In the clip, Florence wakes up in her underwear on the floor surrounded by bottles! And that's just the trouble that comes before all the other Florences show up!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the slapping, smashing, screaming of a furious Florence times ten (above)!
You can hear the song on her How Big How Blue How Beautiful album, which will debut in the UK on June 1st, and in the US on June 2nd.
The dog days aren't over yet!
Florence + the Machine is set to take the stage at Coachella music festival. And to get us pumped, they dropped their next single: Ship To Wreck!
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This nautical tune is defiant but refreshingly upbeat, and Flo's vocals definitely hit that a raw emotion we love.
Don't worry, the song isn't a reference to the Titanic, it's about self destruction! Front-woman Florence Welsh had this to say about the song: