New perfume name stumps Rihanna

Rihanna is struggling to name her new perfume.

The 22-year-old singer had initially wanted to call the fragrance Route 22, but is now asking fans if they can come up with anything better.

A source said: "Although Rihanna wanted to call it Route 22, she is now unsure and is keen to see what fans can come up with."

The 'Russian Roulette' hitmaker - real name Robyn Fenty - has previously revealed she wants the smell to be irresistible to the opposite sex.

She said: "I've been right there with a chemist mixing the formulas. I wanted this to be the fragrance no man can resist - and it is!"

Rihanna joins a long list of singers who have put their name to a fragrance - Beyonce recently released her first scent Heat, while Jennifer Lopez has a huge range of perfumes, including J.Lo Glow, Love at First Glow, Glow After Dark and Live.

Christina Aguilera, Celine Dion, Britney Spears and Gwen Stefani also all have their own scents.

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