Celebs Defending Other Celebs: From Lorde Defending Rihanna's Nudity to Miley Cyrus Defending Justin's Behaviour [PHOTOS]

By nidhi tewari
July 1, 2014 3:41 PM EST

Celebs Defending Other Celebs: From Lorde Defending Rihanna's Nudity to Miley Cyrus Defending Justin's Behaviour [PHOTOS]

It's very uncommon for one celebrity to praise another one! But recent examples set by few celebs have shown that exceptions are always there. Grammy Award winning singer Lorde has revealed that she is a big fan of Rihanna and called her a "fearless" personality. Lorde, who has dissed everyone from Britney Spears, Selena Gomez to Nikki Minaj, said in a new interview that she loves the way Rihanna embodies sexuality and feminism.


The Grammy Award Winning artist talked to Evening Standard and revealed her feelings for the "Pour It Up" singer.


"She's just magnetic. You can't not look at Rihanna. I would buy anything Rihanna sold me," Lorde told the Web site.


"It's the same way that I idolise naked Grace Jones on the cover of Island Life. The way Rihanna embodies being a sexual woman feels very 'her'," the New Zealand born singer added.


If this was not enough for Lorde to prove her love for Rihanna she went on to defend Rihanna's latest dress choice where she just wore Swarovski crystals to cover her modesty in a sheer dress.


"I don't think she wears Swarovski crystals to please other people. I think she wears them because she's like: 'I feel amazing. You better look. I'm obviously the best-looking thing in this room.' She's so fearless and confident. I just love her," the "Royals" singer continued.


Another example was recently set by Shailene Woodley who praised the much controversial Miley Cyrus. "Miley isn't rude or mean or cruel to anyone in her actions. She just does herself. And regardless of whether you agree with what she's doing or not, it's none of your business what she does," the actress revealed to Vanity Fair in a recent interview.


"If you don't want your kids to watch it, you know, you can change that situation at home, but don't make a big deal of what she's doing. Make a big deal about the bullies at school who are beating kids up," the actress added.


The "Wrecking Ball" songstress Miley too is a good friends with Justin Bieber and has defended his antics in a recent interview. "I think people should have time to grow up and figure out who they are," she said, according to Belfast Telegraph. "I think people need to sit and think of the times in their lives they were not proud of who they were. Imagine if that was completely exploited and everyone had their opinions." Read more here. 


Also check out some of the pictures of these celebs in the slideshow above. 

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