Rihanna - Rihanna Grows Close To Video Co-star
Rihanna has been flirting with British boxer Dudley O'Shaughnessy on the set of the video for her new single 'We Found Love'.
Rihanna "fancies the pants off" British boxer Dudley O'Shaughnessy.
The 23-year-old beauty - who previously dated singer Chris Brown and baseball star Matt Kemp - chose the hunk to take part in her new music video for single 'We Found Love' and while shooting in Northern Ireland she has been particularly taken with him, even sitting on his lap during one break.
A source said: "Rihanna was making no secret that she fancied the pants off Dudley. They hit it off straight away. She had seen his modelling shots and other pictures when he was a boxer.
"Rihanna took every opportunity to get close to him and at one point she was sitting in his lap during a break from filming. She's very tactile anyway, but this was something else."
The London-born boxer is also enchanted by the 'Cheers (Drink to That)' hitmaker, even though he has had to put up with some embarrassing filming.
The source added to The Sun newspaper: "Dudley was giggling like a schoolboy when she had to shoot a scene in a see-through top. She was teasing him with a peak of her cleavage and winking at him.
"Dudley can't believe his luck. Rihanna's girlfriends are teasing her, singing songs about her romance."
However it is not only the British people she is enjoying while filming in the country; Rihanna has also found a love of the cuisine, splashing out £500 on fish and chips.
Kathy Brennan, the owner of The Chippie in Belfast, even raised her prices from £5.50 a portion to £7 because she had to keep the outlet open longer.
She told the Daily Star newspaper: "She was brilliant. Her people had paid us a bit to use the shop for filming after we closed. We stood outside watching as she danced wildly over the tables. Then when we went back in she wanted 75 portions of fish and chips for her and her staff.
"We were working after hours and I had to bring in staff so I thought, 'Why not charge extra?' We weren't going to give them away."