In this week's A-List Insider: Rihanna and Drake get steamy, Kim Kardashian shares first picture of son Saint and Taylor Swift gives Kesha £180,000.

Rihanna and Drake up close in Work

Rihanna's highly anticipated music video to comeback single Work is finally here – and boy is it hot. The 28-year-old released a double whammy on Monday (22 February), featuring her dancing intimately with former boyfriend Drake in two separate promos.

The singer and the Canadian rapper turn the heat all the way up in the reggae-infused track and she can be seen twerking for him as admires the view. According to Tim Erem, who directed the second Work video, the chemistry wasn't just for the cameras. He told Entertainment Weekly, that the pair are super close and are very comfortable together. In other words: watch this space.

Rihanna and Drake
Rihanna and Drake get up, close and personal in the music video for their new single WorkYouTube

Saint West revealed to the world

Over in reality TV land Kim Kardashian finally introduced her son Saint to the world. The star released the first photo of her second child with rapper husband Kanye West on Monday to mark what would have been her late father's 72nd birthday, writing: " I know there's nothing more in the world he would have wanted than to meet his grandchildren".

Kim previously posted a photo of her son holding her daughter North's finger shortly after his birth on 5 December, but you couldn't see his face.

Saint West photo
Kim Kardashian shared the first public photo of her son Saint West on what would have been her late father Robert Kardashian's birthdayKim Kardashian West

Taylor Swift backs Kesha

And finally, days after Kesha lost a bid to end her contract with the music producer she accused of sexual assault, America's sweetheart Taylor Swift has offered her fellow pop singer more than just words of support.

The Bad Blood hit maker come to her aid by donating $250,000 to the singer in the midst of her financial trouble as she wages legal battles with her producer Dr. Luke and Sony Music Entertainment.

Kesha's mother, Patricia Rose Sebert, took to twitter to thank Taylor, saying the gesture was 'amazing'. Dr Luke denies any wrongdoing.

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Taylor Swift has donated $250,000 to Kesha after the singer lost her lawsuit against music producer Dr LukeJason Merritt/Getty Images