Rihanna's dark demands

RIHANNA reportedly insisted everything in her trailer had to be black during latest video shoot.

The singer was shooting the promo for new single 'What's My Name' in New York over the weekend and surprised bosses with her rider, which stated furnishings, towels, robes and candles were all in the dark colour.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "Rihanna made very strict demands about her trailer. She was very specific that everything had to be black and the production crew did as they were told."

Although she may have been demanding on the shoot, Rihanna recently proved she isn't a diva after she stopped a restaurant manager from banning fans from taking her photograph.

The 22-year-old pop beauty was enjoying a meal out with friends at Ago, in West Hollywood, when two teenage admirers asked if they could pose for a picture with her.

However, the manager reportedly rushed over and scorned: "Fans are not allowed to bother celebrities, so no pictures, please!"

However, Rihanna quickly interrupted the manager and told him to leave them alone.

She said: "These girls are my fans and without them, I'd be nothing. So I'm happy to pose for a photo!"

Afterwards, she happily smiled with the girls and signed napkins for them to take home as keepsakes.

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