Beyoncé is Collaborating with Rihanna

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After gracing us with a Nicki Minaj-infused remix to 'Flawless' (opens in new tab) and finally addressing Elevatorgate 2014, Beyoncé may have another intriguing surprise on the horizon—with Bad Gal RiRi herself.

Bey is rumored to be working with the songstress on a remix to her super sexy song 'Blow'. Perhaps this is another attempt to prove everything is a-okay in her gossip-laden relationship (opens in new tab) (there has been talk of tension stemming from Jay Z's relationship with Rihanna), or this song could simply be the product of two strong, empowered ladies joining forces for our benefit. We're going to go with the latter.

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