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10 November 2011, 16:50
The singer's manager talks to Capital FM about her plans for next year.
Rihanna is set to concentrate on her building her acting career next year, her manager has said.
Jay Brown told Capital FM that the 'We Found Love' star was not planning to be on the road as much in 2012 as this year, but stressed that she had no plans to slow down.
"We don't see her resting, she's 23," he said at a preview of Rihanna's new album 'Talk That Talk' in London.
At present, RiRi is due to make her acting debut next April in the movie 'Battleship', before performing her only UK gig of 2012 at the Wireless Festival in Hyde Park in July.
The Roc Nation boss told Capital FM that they were "not really planning any shows next year".
Instead, he added, plans were in place for Rihanna to "shoot another movie towards the end of the year (2012)".
Jay conducted a preview of all ten songs on 'Talk That Talk' during a Q&A session with journalists today (10th November).
In addition to Rihanna's current single 'We Found Love', the album also includes the star's next single 'You Da One' and collaboration with Jay-Z.
'Talk That Talk' is released on 21st November.
Meanwhile, Rihanna will headline the opening night of this year's Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball in December.