'We Found Love' singer, Rihanna, explains why she will never end up in rehab.
The singing superstar - who shot to fame with 'Pon De Replay' in 2005 after Jay-Z discovered her - has taken the world by storm, had countless hits and is every guys dream, but she is determined to remain grounded and not let the pressure get to her and end up at a treatment facility.
Speaking about going into rehab she told Mondanite magazine: "That will never happen to me. I refuse to crack under pressure - in fact I thrive on it. So when I read about Britney Spears and Amy Winehouse who have suffered under it, it's sad. It is easy to criticise them but it happens. You just have to stay focused and keep your feet on the ground."
The 23-year-old star also says she stays grounded by phoning her best friend. She said: "Staying down to earth in this industry in general is really not easy, but I am strong and when I feel lost or depressed on the road, I call my best friend Melissa. When I see people turning to drugs and alcohol, then that's when I call Melissa. She helps me get through things."
Rihanna has recently been speaking about why she is single, saying: “I feel like it's hard for everybody! I don't think it has anything to do with being famous. There's just a major drought out there. I guess I'm challenging, because my job seems to affect every relationship I have or try to have. Even with people I think should get it.”