She knows how to dominate a room and Rihanna was back in a captivating and sensual new ad promoting Savage x Fenty’s Valentine’s Day-themed lingerie line.
The pop culture icon, 34, who was recently nominated for a Golden Globe Award, jawed in a sexy lacy lingerie catsuit as she posed seductively in the outlandish ad.
She put on a steaming show as she lay sensually on a glowing platform, flaunting her back and cleavage.
Her hair was partially piled up in an edgy style and she also wore black strappy heels.
A shattering red heart played in the background behind Rihanna throughout the ad.
“Phuck yo roses,” Rihanna captioned the video. She added a heart emoticon and the hashtag “XXSavageX.”
Rihanna appeared to be rocking the Lovestruck Lace Crotchless Catsuit, which retails for $94.95.
In addition to working on her clothing line, Rihanna has also received recognition for her musical endeavors.
The musician earned her first-ever Golden Globe nomination this year for her song “Lift Me Up” from the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack.
Rihanna went up against the likes of Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga in the Best Song category, but all three pop divas lost to the viral track “Naatu Naatu” from the movie RRR.
She was caught giggling alongside boyfriend A$AP Rocky in the audience as she received random confirmations from host Jerrod Carmichael and presenters.
After the ceremony, the beloved duo posed for photos backstage and mingled with honorees like Angela Bassett.
Actress Niecy Nash, one of the evening’s presenters, opened up the Rihanna-centric dialogue when she admitted onstage that she dressed up as the Diamonds singer last Halloween.
“Rihanna, I love you and I dressed up as you for Halloween. I just had to say that. Good. I had to take a moment,” said the Dahmer star before announcing the winner for best actress in a television series, musical, or comedy.
Later that night, Billy Porter called back on Niecy’s admission by saying that if he “had believed in Halloween, I would have dressed up like Rihanna too.”
But it was host Jerrod Carmichael who made the “most controversial” remark when sharing his opinion on Rihanna’s long-awaited ninth studio album.