File this story under: Reasons Rihanna seems like a good hang. Last Wednesday, Shahs of Sunset star Reza Farahan tweeted about something glorious that occurred while he was up in the gym just workin' on his fitness: Robyn Rihanna Fenty interrupted him mid-workout. RiRi didn't just want to say a quick hello, mind you. She had a mission: let Farahan know she loves Shahs. Bravo's The Dish blog reached out to the reality star for more details about the RihanShah moment. Here's what Farahan told Bravo:
"[Rihanna] said, 'I don't want to be 'that' person at the gym, but you're crazy...love your show.' Her trainer then sat her down on the rowing machine next to me and apparently she was trying to keep up with me."
I... It's... This truly is everything. Two questions: 1) HOW DO I JOIN THIS GYM? and 2) DOES RIHANNA WANT TO WATCH THE SEASON 4 PREMIERE WITH ME?
Is RiRi the first celebrity to express her appreciation for a reality TV show? No. (Does that make any aspect of this RiRi/Farahan interaction any less exciting? No.) Lots of very famous folk are as obsessed with finding out who Chris Soules picks as you and I are. Stars: They're reality TV-watching garbage monsters just like us!
Want to know which celebs spend their limited free hours putting reality television programs into their eyeballs? Get to clickin'.
*Spends the afternoon penning fanfic about watching Shahs of Sunset with Rihanna.*
Fans of Stern’s radio show know that on Tuesday mornings, there’s a good chance the iconic shock jock will want to dig into the previous night’s episode of The Bachelor.
During a 2012 appearance on The Talk, Ricci addressed her love of the reality TV genre. She said she’s a fan of Real Housewives, Mob Wives, Baseball Wives, and Dance Moms.
In a 2012 interview with Total Film, Garfield said reality TV helps him unwind when he’s “working on something very intense.” His show picks: The Voice and The Bachelor.
*Spends the evening penning fanfic about watching Vanderpump Rules with J. Law.*