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Friday 27 May 2016

Rihanna stands out at GQ party

Published 14/11/2012


Rihanna was looking forward to being surrounded by guys at the GQ Men of the Year Party in Los Angeles last night.

The pretty pop star posed for the cover of GQ's December issue, in a raunchy shoot which saw her strip down, with only a leather jacket covering her modesty.

Yesterday she was honoured as the only female of the Men of the Year (And One Hot Woman) issue.

"Heading to my #GQ cover party #menoftheyear #and1women, (sic)" she excitedly tweeted her many followers.

The 24-year-old singer attended the event in a red mini dress and strappy sandals, proving she had more than earned her title as a Hot Woman.

The singer turned heads with her toned physique and her signature sultry pose on the red carpet.

The Barbadian star has recently been busy promoting new album Unapologetic, which is due for release this month.

Rihanna announced today she would be adding more dates to her Diamonds tour, which is named after the first single released from her upcoming album.

The shows kicks off in New York in March and will continue through North America, before the European takeover in late May.

The first European venue is Spain, before Rihanna travels across the rest of the continent, including four newly added stops in the UK.

Rihanna's contribution to music has also been honoured in the form of two new wax models of the singer at Madame Tussauds.

The wax museum in Hollywood unveiled a replica of Rihanna's sparkly bikini from her Loud tour, while the Las Vegas branch in the Venetian hotel showed a model of the singer in a white catsuit.

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