The 'Diamonds' hitmaker Rihanna has a reputation for hopping from club to club on a nightly basis, but the pop star claims she has become tired of the party lifestyle.
In an interview with talk show 'Alan Carr: Chatty Man', which will air tomorrow, she said: "I'm such a bootleg rock star. I do nothing, literally. I'm embarrassed to say that actually.
"I've become a square, I hate partying. I don't know if it's because it's the same music every night ... I don't know. Maybe we need some more DJs."
Meanwhile, the 25-year-old star is expected to receive nearly €1.1m in damages after winning her lawsuit against British high street chain, Topshop.
Rihanna sued parent company, the Arcadia Group, after a T-shirt bearing her likeness was sold in stores without consent.
In the latest hearing in the trial, Judge Mr. Justice Birss determined it was "right and fair" to grant the singer a permanent injunction against further production of the T-shirt.
Rihanna's lawyers estimated damages of €1m, which the judge admitted he found "startling", but ordered €237,000 of the fine to be paid within 14 days.
The court ruled that the unofficial T-shirt would damage the 'Pour It Up' star's business endeavors - including her fashion line with rival high street brand River Island - and reputation as a "style icon".