Eminent Learning Centre

Hello Everybody!

My name is Rihanna and I feel so honoured to have the opportunity to speak here at TALONS Night of The Notables 2021. If you would like to learn many different and fun facts about me, be sure to check out the link below to my learning centre where you can learn all sorts of stuff about me, don’t forget about the interactive timeline 🙂

To see my learning centre click here!

I hope everyone has a great night!

Leave me comments about any questions or comments you have, I’ll be happy to answer them!

-Rihanna

 

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9 thoughts on “Eminent Learning Centre

  1. Hey Rihanna,
    I absolutely loved how nice your presentation looked! It had great detail and I learned so much! I was wondering, what was your favourite song to write? Thanks!

    Natalie

  2. Really nice presentation Rihanna. Great colour scheme and design.

    Everyone knows you for your singing but I loved learning about all the others ways you’re using your voice to do good in the world. I would love to hear you sing whichever song makes you happiest.

    1. Hello DAD, the song that makes me the happiest is my song, Only Girl in the World. It was super fun to write, and it just makes me feel good when singing it.

  3. Hey Rihanna! Huge fan! I remember dancing to “Pon De Replay” as a middle schooler/high schooler. It was a bop. I also wear your makeup often and I remember working in the makeup industry when it was first released. The wide range of colours available to non-professional consumers was a really big deal! How have your experiences with your charities and humanitarian work contributed to the decisions you make as a business owner/entrepreneur?

    1. Thank you so much for the support! It means a lot to me. I think that my experiences with humanitarian work have definitely impacted my decisions as a businesswoman. I have seen learned the importance of how small things can impact others, and I always have tried my best to be inclusive and welcoming with my decisions for Fenty.
      Thank you again for your comment,
      -Rihanna

  4. Hi Rihanna! I’m a massive fan of your music, but I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of new information I learned through reading about your philanthropic work over the years. This was a very well done project and you can see the passion and effort that went into creating such an informative and aesthetically pleasing presentation. I know you’ve been a huge inspiration to many of the incredibly talented people in my life, so my question for you would be, what would you say to a young fan who struggles with their self confidence, whether that involves singing in front of people, or expressing themselves how they want to?
    All my love to you,
    Leah 🙂

    1. Hi Leah! This is a really great question. I think as someone who used to struggle with confidence I can accurately answer this. If you feel un-confident you have to remember that it’s you who’s making you feel that way. I think the hardest part to think about, yet probably the most helpful piece of information to remember is that (without trying to sound blunt), nobody is paying attention to you. Sure there might be a few people who make fun of something, but in the long run, that won’t matter at all and won’t change anything. Just be who you are!
      -Rihanna

  5. Hi Rihanna, I want to start off by saying I am a massive fan! Thank you so much for sharing a part of your personal life with us, as well as concisely highlighting some of your biggest career achievements (I know there are many to choose from!) I can imagine you’ve learned a lot throughout your career, especially since you shot to fame at such an early age. What is one piece of advice that you would give to your younger self and why?
    Best of luck with the rest of your career, though I doubt you’ll need it.

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