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25 Rihanna Moments That Prove Sexiness Is An Aura

Her sexual self-confidence oozes from every part of her being.

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When your presence is sweet and your is aura bright, the universe bows at your feet. We know this to be true because of Rihanna Robyn Fenty. Her sexual self-confidence oozes from every part of her being. Rih could rock a paper bag and still make headlines as one of her sexiest red carpet moments. Being sexy seems so seamless for her. The singer has even shared that she feels the sexiest when she feels naturally beautiful. "When I feel like I was in the sun and I got a tan, I don't need makeup, my skin is popping, my melanin is a little browner, my hair is curly… I feel confident that I didn't need anything extra. I feel confident when I don't have the accessories of society's beauty," Rihanna told Access Hollywood.


Right before she shut ish down for her Savage X Fenty New York Fashion Week show in 2019, she raved about how she wants all women to experience the very self-confidence she's worked aimlessly to attain. "Women just need a little bit of validation," she said to The Associated Press. Adding, "You are beautiful. Your body's beautiful. Your body is sexy and you deserve to feel that way."

I'm no fortune teller but I really believe that every single one of this superstar's chakras is open and grounded. In honor of the bad gal recently showing off this aura with her new boo, A$AP Rocky, we wanted to highlight a few of her most prized, sexiest moments, on and off of the red carpet.

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