Holding her hand over the face in a mixture of embarrassment and bewilderment, Rhianna said watching back her scenes as Janet Leigh's Psycho character Marion Crane - who was famously stabbed in the shower in Alfred Hitchcock's original - is "too weird". "That was the moment in which she said I'm all-in".
Rih, of course, is everything.
The trailer for Episode 6 of the final season of "Bates Motel" offers the tantalizing possibility that we may see a version of the infamous "Psycho" shower scene next week. Praising her dedication towards the show he said: "She was unbelievable and so committed". Her reactions were hilarious, especially when a sex scene popped up onscreen and she recoiled at the "gross" kissing sounds.
Marion was then shown working as a notary public, where she was turned down for a promotion and a pay rise.
To celebrate the occasion, Rih chose to share a live feed of her viewing experience with a few friends as the episode aired, and it ended up being as entertaining as the episode itself.
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In the horror classic, Leigh starred as Marion Crane, a secretary who steals money from her job and finds herself at the Bates Motel while on the run from the law.
The only thing better than watching Rihanna on TV is watching Rihanna watch herself on TV.
"We also heard Rihanna was a fan of the show and we were huge fans of hers, so it was the flawless collision of creativity and fate".
No doubt the pop tart was looking forward to concluding her business as quickly as possible so she could rush home to tune in to her latest acting role. Marion seemed tense when the police officer asked her to open her trunk where she kept the briefcase.
There's another side of Norman (Freddie Highmore) that we didn't know about, until Monday night.