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Topless Rihanna farmer pops up in Ulster milk video

Risque Rihanna adjusts herself during a photoshoot in the Northern Ireland countryside
Risque Rihanna adjusts herself during a photoshoot in the Northern Ireland countryside
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 26 September 2011 -International singer Rihanna pictutred this afternoon at a field near Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland where she was recording a video for one of her new songs.Mandatory credit:Picture by Stephen Hamilton/ Presseye.com
 - 26 September 2011 -
International singer Rihanna pictutred this afternoon at a field near Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland where she was recording a video for one of her new songs.Mandatory credit:Picture by Stephen Hamilton/ Presseye.com
Rihanna pictured filming her new video in the New Lodge in Belfast
Rihanna pictured filming her new video in the New Lodge in Belfast

Co Down farmer Alan Graham, who last year made headlines around the world after superstar Rihanna chose his field to film in, is now starring in a music video to encourage young people to drink milk.

 

The video "Milk it", produced for the Dairy Council for Northern Ireland, aims to encourage young people to engage in sport and to live healthy lifestyles. The Bangor Councillor opens the film by hand milking a cow that starts a beat for the music track, and is followed by other sporting sounds that are remixed to create the music track which turns into a rap video.

‘Milk It’ is also about showcasing the future stars of local sport and features members of the Northern Ireland ladies football team, St. Mary's University College hurling team, the Knights Wheelchair Basketball Club, dancers from Vibe Academy, performers from T13 urban sports park, cyclist Chris McGlinchey, Methodist College rugby players plus Northern Ireland Karate team members. The song was produced by Gerard i2 and performed by Strabane rapper Danny Houston.


 

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