Rihanna has admitted to having serious fashion insecurities.
International pop star RiRi, 32, has addressed her famous "frying pan" dress that she wore to the 2015 Met Gala in New York.
The Met Gala which is held by American Vogue's editor-in-chief Anna Wintour sees an array of celebrities donning show-stopping outfits, tying in with the theme for that year.
Rihanna instantly became the talking point of 2015, landing her a place on the cover of Vogue's Met Gala edition due to her showstopping gown and also becoming a meme thanks to her "omelette dress".
However, Rihanna didn't expect the reaction she would later receive - admitting she almost didn't attend the event due to her showstopping dress.
Speaking to Access Hollywood, the Diamonds songstress admitted to having a panic attack moments before she stepped out of her car.
"That night, the choreography of getting in the car and getting out, like, we had to choreograph it, who sits at the door? Where does the coat go? Where do I sit?"
She went on to say: "I remember being so scared to get out of that car because I felt like, 'I'm doing too much.'
"I was driving past the red carpet, and I was just seeing, like, [designer] gowns, and I was like, 'Oh my god, I'm a clown. People are going to laugh at me. This is like, too much.'"
However, after circling around the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute in Manhattan where the prestigious event is held, the pop princess admitted to thinking: "Whatever, let's go. Let's just go. Let's just go."
After further cementing the Barbados-born star as a global fashion icon, Rihanna has no regrets for her bold number: "The frying pan with the egg? Legendary, legendary."
Teasing fans for her highly-anticipated ninth studio album, R9, after being bombarded by dedicated fans for updates, Ri was quick to silence them.
"It's probably going to be sooner than fans think but I'm just going to leave that alone because I've got enough stress and questions like, 'R9, where’s the album?'
"They [fans] don't leave me alone. I haven't neglected them, I still got you. Music is still my baby."