Rihanna: 'I couldn't survive fame if I didn't already have a thick skin'
'Pour It Up' songstress Rihanna has opened up about her 'thick skin' in a new interview for the March edition of Harper's Bazaar magazine.
The beauty confessed that she has always been tough and resilient, which is probably why she deals so well with being famous and constantly talked about by the press, and admitted that the hardest thing for her is to be open and vulnerable:
"This skin has been developing since my first day at school. It didn't happen after fame; I couldn't survive fame if I didn't already have it. So sometimes the toughest thing in life is to be vulnerable. I'm not generally a sensitive person, but I tend to be more sensitive toward others and what they're going through. I don't know if that's the healthiest thing, but it's the truth."
Rihanna, meanwhile, has been confirmed to perform at the 2015 GRAMMYs, which will take place on February 8 in Los Angeles, and she will take the stage alongside Kanye West and Sir Paul McCartney to perform their new collaboration, 'FourFiveSeconds'.
Watch behind-the-scenes footage from Rihanna's Harper's shoot below:
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