If she thought the sex scene was bad, wait until she gets to the shower scene.

Rihanna could not bear to watch her steamy session during her Bates Motel debut on Monday, she said during an Instagram post. The 29-year-old plays the ill-fated Marion Crane, the iconic role made famous by Janet Leigh in the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho.

So the singer started a drinking game which she shared live on social media. 
'This is so weird, oh my God': Rihanna said she could not bear to watch her Bates Motel sex scene on Monday. Here she is seen with actor Austin Nichols

Gross! The singer posted an Instagram Live video of her watching her first episode... or at least trying to

On Monday night ex-girlfriend of Drake posted an Instagram Live video of her watching her first episode.

'This is so weird, oh my God,' she said as she covered her face an looked away from the screen where she was getting down and dirty. 'I can't,' she added. 
The Barbadian couldn't even bear to hear herself either. 'I can't hear my voice. It's, like, gross!' she cringed.

To make it a little more bearable, she proposed a drinking game, taking a tequila shot every time anyone uttered the name 'Norman.'


'Shot!' Rihanna embarrassed watching her sex scene & drinks

New look: The 29-year-old plays the ill-fated Marion Crane, the iconic role made famous by Janet Leigh in the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho
Work work, work: In the first of her two-arc episodes, Marion is introduced in the sexy scene in bed with her boyfriend, Sam Loomis (Nichols)

Change the channel: The singer covered her face an looked away from the screen where she was getting down and dirty

In the first of her two-arc episodes, Marion is introduced in the sexy scene in bed with her boyfriend, Sam Loomis (now played by Austin Nichols).

Rihanna looked stunning as Marion with her red hair short and wavy as it touches her shoulders. 

She enjoys her tryst with her man in Seattle before making her way to the Oregon motel.

Cringe: The Barbadian couldn't even bear to hear herself either. 'I can’t hear my voice. It’s, like, gross!' she cringed

She begs Sam, who is drowning in debt and says he is trying to make some fast money, to marry her as he's about to go out of town and she asks to come with him. 

She kisses Sam goodbye as he presumably leaves to try and make money for their future together.

Marion, who is a notary public, goes into work wearing a tight grey suit that shows off a little bit of subtle cleavage. 

The singer proves she had good acting chops as she excels her way through the dramatic encounter

She tells Sam, she doesn't want him going away for work and instead would like him to stay and marry her


Choices: Marion is asked to deposit $40,000 from a briefcase into the bank, but must make a choice when she leave her office with the money
Escape! Instead of cashing the money, Marion decides to take it all and start a new life for herself and Sam in his hometown
She is tasked with signing official property documents for a wealthy customer buying property and presented with the a briefcase with $40,000 in cash.

Marion is asked to deposit the contents before the bank closes when her boss has to take an emergency meeting.

Before he leaves, she asks about a job she wants, but is rejected because she doesn't have a college degree and then asks for a raise instead.

She's again told no and reluctantly agrees to deposit the money for her boss. 

But, instead of cashing the money, Marion decides to take it all and start a new life for herself and Sam in his hometown. 

Is something wrong officer? Marion looks tense as the police officer asks to look inside her trunk where she has stored the stolen $40,000

The actress looks cool in a red convertible as she drives through the northwestern wilderness. 

She's pulled over by a police officer for having her coat hanging out of the trunk of her car and tells the officer she's on her way to San Francisco to visit her boyfriend. 

Visibly nervous when the police officer asks her to pop the trunk, she lucks out when he doesn't notice the briefcase with $40,000 that she stole.

Dark and dreary: The episode ends with Marion sporting a blue velvet hooded cardigan and low cut black top, driving toward the Bates Motel
Foreshadowing: The scene sets up the second part of Rihanna's two-episode arch on the show

The episode ends with Marion sporting a blue velvet hooded cardigan and low cut black top, driving toward the establishment.

The final scene in the dark, rainy weather sets up the second part of Rihanna's two-episode arch on the show. 

According to executive producer Kerry Ehrin, Hitchcock's plot with Crane stealing money from her boss to run away with her boyfriend Sam will be followed; however their story will be much fleshed-out during the multi-episode arc.
Gorgeous: Rihanna looks beautiful as a modern-day Marion with her red hair cropped short and paired with sexy bangs

Different! For Psycho fans hoping to see Rihanna's version of Marion mirror the version portrayed byJanet Leigh, it's not going to happen
Modernizing: Producers worked hard to modernize Marion and change her story line to be more modern-day, although what brings the character to the Bates Motel is similar

The beautiful singer from Barbados was cast in the role of Marion after showrunners read that Bates Motel was her favorite show and they wrote the role specifically for her. 

'She has enormous charisma,' executive producer Carlton Cuse told Variety. 

He continued: 'I think it's no accident that any number of singers have successfully transitioned into acting. Among my personal favorites are Barbra Streisand and Frank Sinatra.' 


Short stay: As fans of the original film know, Riri won't be around for too long Needs a bodyguard: She looked very Whitney Houston in her blue velour hoodie
The original: Rihanna is starring in the iconic role made famous by Janet Leigh in the 1960 Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho

For Psycho fans hoping to see Rihanna's version of Marion mirror the version portrayed by Janet Leigh, it's not going to happen. 

'We spent a long, long time talking about how Marion Crane for 2017 had to be a very different character than the one in the 1960 Hitchcock movie,' explains Cuse. Adds Ehrin, 'It was important to try to bring that character into the contemporary world.' 

The fifth and final season of the A&E drama takes place after the death of Norman's mother Norma, after his attempts to commit murder-suicide via carbon monoxide poisoning only succeeded in killing her. 

Grim: The fifth and final season of the A&E drama takes place after the death of Norman's mother Norma, after his attempts to commit murder-suicide via carbon monoxide poisoning only succeeded in killing her


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