Rihanna can now add “reality star” to her long and impressive resume. The chart-topping songbird is set to produce and star in a new show called “Styled to Rock” on the Style Network. The show will feature twelve contestants – personally selected by Rihanna – who, over the course of ten weeks, will design outfits for some of the most innovative and talked about celebrities and television personalities in fashion! A few VIPs have already signed on, including Ri-Ri’s BFF Katy Perry, and her personal stylist, Lysa Cooper. The winner will be given the opportunity to dress the Baja beauty for an appearance in London, not to mention bragging rights!!
“Fashion has always played an integral part in my life and career,” Rihanna said in a statement. “I am so excited to partner with Style Network and share my creative insight with these 12 designers and give them this opportunity to showcase their work.” I’m excited too! Fashion seems to be Rihanna’s comfort zone, coming second to music, so it’ll be great to go behind the scenes and see the fashion icon at work! The show kicks off August 14, 2013.


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