The 'Umbrella' singer couldn't be missed in her eye-catching candy get-up as she stepped out in Hollywood on Thursday (22 May), looking cheerful and stopping to take pictures with fans.
Her outing came as it was revealed the phone she accidentally broke earlier this month will now be displayed at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.
Why, you ask?
It all started when Rihanna was asked to take a selfie with LA Police Commission President Steve Soboroff while attending a basketball game in Los Angeles recently.
Unfortunately for Mr Soboroff, while Rihanna was holding out his phone to snap the image, she dropped it - and the screen shattered.
Luckily for Rihanna, the policeman didn't mind and used the broken phone for good (even though it still worked). With Rihanna's blessing, he put it up for auction, with proceeds going to the families of fallen officers. Rihanna signed the device before it was auctioned, writing: "Sorry, I love LAPD."
She also threw in an incredible $25,000 donation to the fund, which Mr Soboroff matched.
The phone sold at auction for more than $66,000 to a mystery bidder (so $116,500 was raised in all). Half of proceeds will go to the Los Angeles Police Foundation for the LAPD Cadets and the rest will go to the Los Angeles Police Memorial Foundation to support the families of fallen officers.
Mr Soboroff's phone, signed by Rihanna, was then handed it to the Grammy Museum, which said it was excited to display a piece of pop culture history and support the LAPD.
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