Rihanna's 5th Annual Diamond Ball benefitting The Clara Lionel Foundation took place at Cipriani Wall Street in New York last night.
As always, the "Don't Stop The Music" hitmaker looked stunning in a black velvet gown, stated Hollywood Life. The elegant star's lips were red and her dark hair was up.
Many big names took part in the evening which was hosted by Seth Meyers. DJ Khaled and Pharrell Williams both performed.
Rihanna spoke with the press during the night, stating in an interview that she would love to work with Lizzo, Gwen Stefani and "Bodak Yellow" rapper Cardi B.
"Lizzo is on the top of my list. Gwen Stefani. I LOVE Cardi B and of course, a ton of guys," the "Love On The Brain" songstress revealed.
The Inquisitr previously reported that Rihanna had previously announced that she would love to work with Lizzo after her Savage X Fenty show during New York Fashion Week. This caused Twitter to become very excited.
The more RiRi talks about her new music, the more social media is hyped for the new material.
"Yaaasss omg Rihanna ft. Cardi b omfffgg #1 for 1938577297 weeks," one user tweeted, adding multiple flame emoji.
"Taste jumped out with Lizzo and Gwen," another shared.
"GWEN STEFANI YES PLEASE," a third mentioned passionately by using capital letters.Rihanna is no stranger to huge collaborations. Previously, she has teamed up with the likes of Drake, Calvin Harris, Shakira and Jay Z to name a few.
Her last album, Anti, was released in 2016 and has kept fans waiting for more since.
According to Billboard, Rihanna has achieved 14 No. 1 singles, 31 top 10 hits, and a total of 61 songs on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, making her one of music's biggest names.Names come and go, but it seems the "Pon De Replay" entertainer has found a way to stay relevant all these years. Some may say that collaborating with other successful names is a way to maintain your success. Lizzo, who is one of 2019's biggest breakout stars, got her first No. 1 single in the U.S. this year with "Truth Hurts" and became one of the few black females to get a chart-topping hit this decade, per The Inquisitr. She released her third studio album, Cuz I Love You, earning her four MTV Video Music Awards nominations.
Gwen Stefani has maintained being relevant by being a judge on The Voice and by continuing to perform her hits. The "Baby Don't Lie" icon currently stars in her own residency in Las Vegas, "Just A Girl," which will continue next month.As for Cardi B, she seems to be the most talked-about female rapper right now. After the release of her debut album, Invasion of Privacy, she picked up numerous huge awards including a Grammy for Best Rap Album. When will Rihanna's next album drop? Will we see a collaboration with any of these three powerful females any time soon? To stay up to date with her future projects, follow Rihanna's Instagram account, which boasts more than 74.8 million followers.