The 60th annual Grammys return to NY this Sunday for the first time in 15 years and feature performances from nominees Kendrick Lamar, Bruno Mars, Kesha and Pink.
RiRi's standout outfit was a custom chocolate patent leather Alexandre Vauthier haute couture coat dress with matching boots and Causse Gantier for Alexandre Vauthier gloves, a riff on a look from the fall/winter 2016 couture collection. "They played themselves!" Dressed in a shimmering, fringed flapper dress with a pink flower in her hair, Rihanna then showed off some sexy salsa choreo and served face for days.
But it is Rihanna's performance of her hit song Wild Thoughts featuring DJ Khaled that got Africa talking.
The performance had a fun, frisky energy as Rihanna and Tiller navigated a stage full of frozen, statue-like backing dancers, who burst loose at the sound of the chorus.
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It was also his first tour event since spinal fusion surgery last April, which, he said, eliminated all of his pain. The two made birdie on the first playoff hole, the par-5 18th, to oust the third member of their trio, Ryan Palmer .
US online magazine Vulture tweeted that the "Umbrella" hitmaker was doing the "stanky leg" - to much South African disapproval.
However, some Africans on twitter have come out to correct the error by spelling out the name of the dance.
So if, like some on social media, you have not made up your mind, this should help you.
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