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Thursday 18 December 2014

Rihanna: Cheryl Cole is hot

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Rihanna has dished about her girl crush on Cheryl Cole.

The outspoken Barbadian singer is known to be very vocal about her sexuality.

And now she has told Esquire magazine about what she would love to do with the British performer if she had the opportunity.

"Cheryl Cole is hot," she gushed to the publication. "I would just like to watch her work. Preferably cleaning things on the floor. Picking up stuff. Bending over. She's hot! I mean, literally she's so beautiful."

Rihanna also spoke about another British darling, Adele, but was more reserved in her admiration.

"I think some artists can't help but say exactly how they feel," Rihanna said. "She's another woman who knows her truth and lives that. She's not in it for anyone but herself."

Meanwhile, the Umbrella star reportedly got "hot and heavy" with rapper Drake recently.

"Rihanna was all over Drake this weekend," an onlooker told Us Weekly about the pair partying at Miami hotspot Liv. "They were holding hands and dancing all close on the dance floor."

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