Rihanna Drafts Personals Ad on "Ellen"
Posted by Newson 11/18/2011 at 1:46 PM
Rihanna has s0 much to talk about these days, from her new album Talk That Talk and its accompanying chart-topping single “We Found Love” to her role in the upcoming big-screen board-game-adaptation Battleship to her feud with Nicki Minaj that neither artist (or anyone else) probably even knows exists yet. Yet, when the pop star appears on Ellen next Monday, the primary topic of conversation will of course be that old familiar standby—her personal life. The interview, which was taped yesterday, features Rihanna lamenting to the talk show confidant that she’s “not dating anyone right now,” and that she’s “not necessarily happy being single. It’s not really that cool.”
So what to do for the Sexiest Woman Alive when she can’t seem to find a good man? Well, draft up a personals ad as single-guy bait and see who ends up on the line, of course! When asked by Ellen about her perfect man, RiRi provided the following character sketch:
I like men that are more aggressive but mysterious but I like a man to be very sure. I like them to be sure of them selves and know that you’re the man. I’m the lady and the only way for us to make this work is for us to play our roles. You know, I can’t really be the man for you. I don’t want to have to be. I’m the man at work all the time.
Very traditional for the singer, but not necessarily out of line from what we’ve come to expect from her music. She didn’t say anything about loving “long walks on the beach,” though, so unfortunately we’re pretty sure that means we’re out as potential candidates. Maybe Nicki is still available.
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