Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 23 August 2014

Rihanna late for Birmingham show

Rihanna was spotted out partying with her pal Cara Delevingne

Rihanna kept fans waiting two-and-a-half-hours at her Birmingham concert after spending the previous night out partying with Cara Delevingne.

The Diamonds singer was snapped enjoying a night out at top London nightspot Boujis on Sunday night with the model, and did not leave until 3.15am on Monday morning.

Rihanna was due on stage at 8pm on Monday on the Birmingham leg of her world tour, but did not arrive until 10.30pm, according to RadarOnline.

This is the latest in a string of late appearances for the Barbadan beauty, who was booed in Boston last month for arriving three hours late. And critics panned her performance in Twickenham at the weekend, describing her as looking "bored" on stage.

Rihanna, 25, even kept her little brother waiting on Sunday. She and Cara were at Boujis to support her 23-year-old brother GQ Gallest, aka Rory Fenty, who was performing.

According to The Metro Rory wanted to wait for his big sister to be there and refused to go on stage until she and Cara turned up.

When they did get there they apparently spent the evening dancing on the seats and drinking vodka and champagne.

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