She’s no stranger to flaunting her enviable figure.
And Rihanna, 24, didn’t disappoint during her performance on Sunday night’s X Factor results show.
She wore a revealing black lace dress while water rained down on her on the stage of the talent contest.
The singer wore a figure-hugging lace dress which left little to the imagination as her skin was clearly visible through the thin material.
The star added a splash of colour to her get-up by painting her lips a shocking pink shade and showed off her long blue nails.
The pop star took to the stage on the ITV show to perform new single Diamonds.
And Rihanna was happy to suffer for her art as rain fell down on her from the ceiling above leaving her hair soaked at the end of the song.
And it seems the star was left feeling uncomfortable after getting drenched on stage – she revealed is struggling to adjust to the cold British weather.
Following her performance, she tweeted: ‘I miss my pool!! This cold ass weather out here! I’m not made for dis! (sic)’
And Rihanna soon signed on to Twitter after the show to see what her fans thought of her singing.
She retweeted and thanked one fan wrote: ‘oh my gawd hun, u killed it on X Factor! (sic)’
Rihanna has been busy this month and recently traveled around the world with a host of fans and members of the press as part of her 777 tour.
She conducted the mammoth journey to promoted her latest album Unapologetic which hit the top spot on the U.K. chart this week.
After hearing the news, she tweeted: ‘#UNAPOLOGETIC has debuted at number 1 here in the UK!!! Thank you guys for owning s**t this week!! See you tonight on #Xfactor (sic)’
Rihanna was joined on Sunday’s episode of the X Factor by fellow musician Bruno Mars who also performed on the show.
He performed new track ‘Locked Out Of Heaven’ and looked stylish in a black suit and T-shirt.
It is the second time the star has performed on the programme after singing his song Runaway Baby on last year’s series.
After his performance he joked that host Dermot O’Leary should join him in on stage in future as a backing dancer.