Aside from being one of the world's premiere music artists, multi-talented Rihanna can also act - check out her role in 2012 film Battleship for instance. Now, Rihanna is taking her acting talents straight onto the set of Bates Motel for its upcoming season.

Unveiled in a new trailer for the A&E drama, the pop sensation plays the role of Marion Crane, the fictional character featured in 1959 novel Psycho. She appears at the tail-end of the trailer, and little is known about her fate but if the past is any indication of Rihanna's performance, you can be sure that she'll absolutely kill her role.

Check out the trailer for the new season above.

In other Rihanna news, the songbird recently made the news over her Instagram beef with Azealia Banks - check it out over here.

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