The "Bates Motel" Rihanna episode just premiere last Monday (Mar. 20), as the series creators shed light on why the singer was casted as the iconic Marion Crane. As film fans remember Marion Crane was murdered in her motel shower after she inadvertently charmed Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins), thereby unleashing his murderous Mother alter ego.
"This is so weird". Norman says, "This isn't really working for me" in so many words.
Appearing for two episodes in the series, Rihanna stars alongside on-screen boyfriend Sam Loomis (played by Austin Nichols) and Norman Bates (Freddie Highmore). What could be better than Rihanna guest starring on the final season of one of TV's most underrated thrillers?
"I think we've got to change the drinking game", she said four minutes into her livestream. We already posted an early look at her on the show.
Although she initially felt unpleasant about her much awaited debut on the show; she later started enjoying the episode along with her friends and clapped as her character reached Norman's creepy motel at the end of the episode. If you're watching it but you're not watching it the way Rihanna is, you're fucking up.
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Belgacem later showed up at the bar and hijacked another auto at gunpoint before showing up at the airport, Molins said. Once there, a prosecutor said, Belgacem threw a bag containing a gas can at soldiers before hurling himself at them.
The 29-year-old Bajan beauty cringed as she admitted she can't stand the sound of her own voice. "I can't", she said, at once both proud and mortified.
In her opening scenes, Rihanna debuted a short red bob hairdo as she got down and dirty with her lover before asking him to marry her after he revealed he is in debt.
"It was such a pleasure watching this with you guys", she told her fans at the end of the video.
Marion left with the cash and called Sam, asking him to meet her at the Bates Motel, where in next week's episode we're guessing she takes a rather regrettable shower. "It's this collision of Bates Motel storytelling and then Marion Crane showing up into that".