Rihanna Shows Breast Tattoo – as has often been said before it is harder to find pictures of Rihanna with her clothes on than pictures of her naked. This time she has posted a photo of her new tattoo which is right under her breasts.
The singer has just been seen singing as part of the closing ceremony of the London Paralympic Games and as ever she caused some controversy by not arriving in time for the rehearsal due to her excessive partying.
Her new tattoo is placed right below her boobs and is a tribute to her grandmother Dolly(real name Clara Braithwaite) who lost her fight against cancer at the end of June this year.
Most people would like to leave their trip to the London Olympic and Paralympic Games with a medal but Rihanna’s trip to the capital was celebrated by a massive new tattoo. The design is based on the Egyptian goddess Isis. The goddess Isis is a powerful figure in mythology being the daughter of Geb the God of the Earth and Nut, the Goddess of the Sky. She also married her brother Osiris and had a son Horus by him.
Rihanna posted the photo of her grandmother’s breast tattoo on her Twitter page saying: “Goddess Isis- Complete Woman – Model for future generations-
#GRANGRANDOLLY – always in and on my heart #1lohttp://instagr.am/p/PXz4f2hM3N/ ”
The tattoo is Rihanna’s 18th and we wonder where the next one might be placed!
The casino hotel previously had a well-loved Roman themed dining room called Bacchanal which closed in 2000. The new Bacchanal Buffet opens today at a cost of $17 million but although it is certainly stylish and extravagant it is no longer Roman themed.
The old 6-course Bacchanal dining experience may have gone but now you can join 600 other diners in an amazing buffet which serves over 500 different dishes. Worried that you may not get good service with 600 other people? Well remember that there are 180 chefs and waiting staff to serve you from the 9 separate show kitchens in the restaurant.
As well as the expected American buffet classics such as bbq meats and rotisserie chicken you will also find king crab, snow crab, sushi, sopapillas and wood-fired pizzas.
Prices start at $19.99 for the breakfast buffet and go up to $39.99 for dinner on Fridays and Saturdays. There is also a special fantasy menu available which includes coffee and 3 glasses of wine served by exotically clad wine goddesses.