Rihanna: I Can't Stop Losing Weight
What a difference six months makes.
On Thursday, Rihanna, 24, admitted to Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS-FM radio show that her diet went out the window while promoting her fifth album Loud on tour last year. In August, the pop princess was noticeably plumper -- sporting a red sequin bikini -- as she participated Kadooment Day parade in her hometown, Barbados. But, these days, the chart-topping singer is skinnier than ever -- but she can't help it, she claimed.
"It's difficult to have any kind of routine when your schedule is that crazy. So I really have no idea how I'm continuously losing weight," the star, who regularly flaunts her body in barely-there bikinis, told Seacrest.
"It's actually pretty annoying. Now, I don't have a butt, no boobs -- already had no boobs -- so annoying!"
Ronald Fenty, Rihanna's father, has been taking the credit for her current weight loss telling Heat magazine: "When I saw her this time, I thought she was back to her normal size. I used to joke with her, 'Robyn, you're getting too fat!' But I think she's fine, I think she looked excellent, as everyone saw, at the Grammys. 'She's dieting, she's working out.'"
The Barbados-born beauty denies any of that, telling Seacrest, "People think I'm not eating. I'm eating McDonalds at 3 a.m . . . it's an issue. I'm eating ice cream!"