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Rihanna‘s reign won’t let up. Since she hit the scene in 2008, she’s had 13 No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100—tying her with Michael Jackson for the third most No. 1 songs on the chart. And she’s achieved all this before her 27th birthday, which just so happens to be today, Feb. 20. Related: Kanye West Is Executive Producing Rihanna’s New Album While we anxiously await the release of RiRi’s next album—her eighth, oh so cleverly titled, R8—to drop, we decided to take stock of her entire career so far. From Barbadian dancehall queen to a good girl gone bad to a Beatle‘s new bestie, we’re ranking every single song she’s ever put her stamp on. All 131 of Rihanna’s tracks—every single solo track, collaboration and guest feature on an Eminem song that’s out there. So, from worst to best, »
- Shannon Carlin - Radio.com
Here’s an announcement that wins a fair few geek points just by telling you who’s involved – Greg Berlanti (one of Arrow and The Flash’s core writers and executive producers) will team up with Thor/Thor: The Dark World co-star and occasional Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. cameo-maker Jaimie Alexander (Lady Sif, if you were wondering) for a new amnesia thriller called Blindspot.
As if you need more convincing, the set-up is thus: Jane Doe (Alexander) climbs out of a duffel bag with no memories and finds herself at the centre of an investigation in the middle of Times Square, New York. She’s covered in tattoos and entirely clueless about what’s going on. We’ve all been there, right? We're assuming she finds more than a few cringe-inducing »
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