Rihanna, like all celebrities and public figures, must deal constantly with infringements upon her personal life. The Barbadian singer doesn't usually shy away from delicate topics, but she drew a line in the sand during one of her recent interviews.

In interview with a reporter from the Australian talk show "Sunrise," during which she discussed her role in the upcoming movie "Battleship," the singer abruptly terminated the Q&A when she felt the line of questioning had gone way too far.

At the start of the interview, Ri had no problem answering questions concerning the demands of both her movie and film career. "I don't see why I can't do both," she answered. "If I love both, then I'll do great at both. I love music, and after my first experience with movies, I can't wait to do more."

But when the reporter questioned Rihanna about rumors concerning her relationships with Ashton Kutcher and Chris Brown, the singer responded, "[It's] very frustrating, almost as frustrating as being asked about it."

"Yeah, you don't like going there?" the reporter continued.

"I mean, what's the point?" Rihanna shot back.

"Well people are interested in you, you're a big star," the reporter countered.

"They are,"she responded. "And they're interested in a lot of things -- a lot of things that don't matter, or shouldn't." It was at this point that the singer ended the interview, forcing the reporter to ad in voice-over commentary explaining her swift exit. Unfortunately, Rihanna's actions may end up triggering a whole new landslide of conjecture.

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