The two superstars were brought together by Ellen DeGeneres to reveal their secrets as part of the brilliant game. Rihanna and George Clooney have come together to discuss naked selfies, drinking before noon and much more in an epic game of Never Have I Ever. The two stars joined Ellen DeGeneres on her daytime talk show to play the game, and it didn't take long before the singer was teasing George about his answers to the questions. Up first was whether they had text nude pictures, and while RiRi admitted it right away, the Hollywood hunk insisted he hasn't. After she insisted George wasn't being totally honest, he joked: "I don't text
Rihanna and George Clooney open up on nude selfies and drinking before noon in Never Have I Ever
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George Clooney and Rihanna admit to swimming naked on Ellen DeGeneres
By Dailymail. Rihanna joined the veteran actor to play a modified version of the classic dorm-room drinking game I Have Never, which involved using a fan with 'I Have' on one side rather than taking a shot. And Ellen soon had her guests squirming in their seats. Scroll down for video.
They were everywhere. Another naked photo leak, another day, posted next to news of Ebola and beheadings in Iraq. This taste for celebrity skin is disheartening. And with the advent of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat, it's becoming easier and easier to become a voyeur. Perhaps if those neon headlines actually screamed what was really going on, like "stolen property" or "published without consent" then things would be different.