Rihanna: Bad Girl!

Rihanna: Bad Girl!

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Rihanna: Bad Girl, an unofficial biography by Michael Heatley, is one of the first in an exciting series of lush new books celebrating some of the most popular and influential celebrities – stars who are constantly talked about and whose every new release, life event or opinion is awaited with baited breath by legions of fans. In the Top Ten on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, with millions of followers, Rihanna is adored by a huge online community. Princess RiRi has soared to the heights of stardom, every year rocking a hot new look as she works the audience with sizzling style and awesome sounds. She breaks records left, right and centre, with 20 million album sales under her belt and the youngest artist in the Billboard chart’s history to achieve 10 number-one singles. If you love RiRi then you gotta get Rihanna: Bad Girl – the ultimate celebration of this girl’s talent, beauty and wow-factor, with brilliant pics and inspirational words – a must-have for all fans.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781781360200
Publisher: Flame Tree Publishing
Publication date: 09/24/2012
Series: Pop Culture ebooks
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 128
File size: 53 MB
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About the Author

Michael Heatley edited the acclaimed History of Rock partwork. He is the author of over 100 music biographies, as well as books on sport and TV. His acclaimed biography of late DJ John Peel sold over 100,000 copies, while Michael Jackson – Life Of A Legend 1958–2009 topped the Sunday Times bestseller lists and has been widely translated.

Mango Saul has been a music, lifestyle and entertainment journalist for ten years. Some of his highlights include having breakfast at Waffle House with rapper Ludacris in Atlanta, sharing a bed with Destiny’s Child for a Smash Hits cover interview and being sent an ice cream costume for no reason. As Editor of Sugarscape.com, Mango has seen the site grow to over 4 million page views per month and was shortlisted for Digital Editorial Individual 2011 at the AOP Awards.

Graham Betts entered the music industry as a press officer with Pye Records. He went on to work for CBS Records (where he was Head of Press) and a number of other labels. He has written for numerous magazines and publications, including Blues & Soul, Record Buyer and The History Of Rock. He has also had more than 20 books published under his own name.

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