Watch Rihanna watch herself on Bates Motel

Posted March 23, 2017

"This is so weird".

"This is so weird oh my god I can't", she said. This twist was a big departure from the show's source material, Alfred Hitchcock's 1940 film "Psycho", which didn't explore Norman's sexuality.

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. "She's attracted to him, and they end up in a auto".

"We talked to her before she signed on about how we were going to make the character different than Janet Leigh's [portrayal]".

In the horror classic, Leigh starred as Marion Crane, a secretary who steals money from her job and finds herself at the Bates Motel while on the run from the law.

Cuse said he and Kerry spent time in making the storyline and it was approved by Rihanna as well. Eventually, she and her friends turn the viewing into a drinking game, taking a shot every time someone says "Norman".

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At the end of the recording, the singer tells her fans: "It was such a pleasure watching this with you guys", before admitting, "I only got to read like eight comments to be completely honest..."

The casting, which was announced at Comic-Con, came about when Cuse came across an article in Vanity Fair where Rihanna said she was a fan of the series.

The 29-year-old Bajan beauty cringed as she admitted she can't stand the sound of her own voice.

More photos and a video of Rihanna watching herself in the movie.

In the first of Rihanna's two-arc episodes, Marion is introduced in the sexy scene in bed with her boyfriend, Sam Loomis (now played by Austin Nichols). The first episode ends with Marion driving toward the Bates Motel as the dark, gloomy weather sets in.