GOALS: Rapper Rihanna aims for top acting award

Singer  Rihanna is going for the gold.
The Work hitmaker has reportedly revealed she’s got lofty goals for her budding acting career, and hopes that one day she’ll join the ranks of fellow singers-turned- actresses Cher and Jennifer Hudson and sommer nab herself an Oscar.

“I’d love to get there one day,” she told British tabloid The Sun.

“Who doesn’t want to be told they are doing a great job? Any validation that your work is impacting is rewarding... I don’t think anyone makes an album thinking about winning a Grammy, or makes a movie thinking about winning an Oscar.”

The 29-year-old Barbados beauty, who has been making the headlines vrying with her Saudi billionaire berk Hassan Jameel on holiday in Spain, already has eight Grammys under her belt.

But she’s recently been increasing her high profile further with a klompie acting roles.

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She’ll next appear on the big screen alongside pal Cara Delevingne in Luc Besson’s Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, where she’ll play a shape-shifting alien.

But don’t expect her to bring any prima donna maniere.

Rihanna says she offers “herself like clay” to her directors, and follows one rule very closely: “You don’t do diva on film sets.”

The singer also divulged that in the future, she may be ready to take the crown from newly retired Daniel Day-Lewis when it comes to method actor master.

“It’s pretty difficult to method act when it comes to playing a shape-shifting entertainer, but seriously, I have nothing but respect for the actors that do,” she said. “I just do what’s best for the role, what’s best for me, I’d love to do something dark and different and challenge myself.”

In addition to Valerian, Rihanna appeared in the 2014 Annie remake, several episodes of Bates Motel and the action flick Battleship, which earned her an infamous Razzie Award for Worst Supporting Actress in 2012. She’ll next grace the screen (and work on snagging that Oscar) in the upcoming star-studded Ocean’s Eight.