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Rihanna wins two MTV awards

Not bad for a Combermere good girl gone bad .

The Nation Newspaper Rihanna wins two MTV awards: "BAJAN MUSIC star Rihanna took two top awards when the world-renowned MusicTelevision (MTV) hosted its annual video music awards ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada, Sunday night. The 19-year-old, whose 2007 single Umbrella spent ten weeks at No. 1 in Britain, took MTV's Single Of The Year award, beating the likes of Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake, Kanye West and Amy Winehouse"

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Caribbean queen
The Star online Rihanna, the latest R&B starlet, hails from Barbados and what a sizzler she is.
Yes, Rihanna is hot. With her luscious bronzed skin and those US$1mil-insured legs that go on for miles – well, at least in the publicity shots and that sizzling music video with her dancing with a cane and a bowler hat – she is smokin’ hot. And she is blazing charts everywhere, with her recent single Umbrella making it to the top in the United States and Britain, among other countries.

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