She changes her hair 'do and appearance virtually every other week, so it's no wonder people can't keep up.
And as Madame Tussauds unveiled their new waxwork of Rihanna in Berlin, Germany, today, they had clearly based the figure on a previous incarnation of the singer.
While the waxwork had Rihanna's red hair, the singer has been wearing her locks curly recently, and more of an auburn colour - a change in appearance Madame Tussauds clearly hadn't anticipated.
In addition, the garishly-coloured outfit the figure is wearing, which Rihanna donned in the David Guetta Who's That Chick video, also looks out of date, with Rihanna sporting more relaxed looks in recent weeks.
Meanwhile, the video for Rihanna and Nick Minaj's new video Fly has been released.
In the footage, the pair are seen wearing a series of couture outfits as they dance around a plane wreckage in the apocalypse-themed music video.
Minaj is later seen battling ninjas in a white latex catsuit.
It's not the first time the pair have collaborated, as they previously worked together on Rihanna's 2009 record Rated R.
Talking about working with Minaj, Rihanna said recently: 'She has a great buzz and she has a "thing" to her. She is a star and that's why people love her. She's also really entertaining with her visual as well as her lyrics, and she has a great melody.
'We were going back and forth with the texts on how we were going to get to do it because we were in two different places and had two opposite schedules.'
Minaj added: 'I wanted to work with Rihanna for a long time. I’m very proud of her accomplishments: especially since she was born on an island like me.
'This song is a female empowerment song. But then again, its not specific to just women. It speaks about flying, soaring high… in the face of every single solitary adversity that comes your way. I speak about how the media has attempted to box me in and how that has made me feel suffocated.
'After years of being dragged through the mud, I’ve mustered up the courage to re-define myself.
'I believe that I represent an entire generation. My fans have become my family, and together we have become a movement. Get ready for it. We came to win.'