Rihanna strips down to two-piece outfit as she displays her most risqué dance moves yet

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She has a history of highly-sexualised and provocative performances.
But last night Rihanna took it to another level as she took to the stage for her
Loud tour in Baltimore, Maryland.
The 23-year-old singer pulled out all the stops to get temperatures rising as
she slipped into a revealing pair of hot-pants and a bra and thrusted her way
through her songs with some of her most risqué dance moves yet.
The Bajan star's embellished two-piece left little to the imagination as it
clung tightly to her dangerous curves.
She paired the racy look with some hot-pink vinyl ankle boots and giant
florescent hoop earrings to add extra wow factor.
Starting out the performance in a metallic blue mini-trench she stripped down on
stage into the revealing attire, much to the delight of the crowd.
Then, in a series of suggestive moves, Rihanna proceeded to crawl around on her
hands and knees, grind her hips and make gestures to her crotch.
The crowd went even more crazy when the pop star greeted her fans as she knelled
on the stage.
The risqué performance comes after Rihanna was forced to defend her
controversial new music video Man Down, insisting 'this is the real world'.
Taking to Twitter, she attacked her critics, claiming she was a 'rockstar not a
parent' and saying she had 'the freedom to make art'.
Man Down attracted the wrath of the Parents Television Council, who blasted
Rihanna for showing a 'cold, calculated execution of murder'.
The video shows her taking revenge on a rapist by gunning him down in a crowded
train station.
But Rihanna, herself a victim of domestic violence, disagreed with the
'I'm a 23 year old rockstar with NO KIDS! What's up with everybody wanting me to
be a parent? I'm just a girl, I can only be your/our voice!' she wrote.
And in an apparent direct response to the PTC she added: 'Cuz we all know how
difficult/embarrassing it is to communicate touchy subject matters to anyone
especially our parents!
'The music industry isn't exactly Parents R Us! We have the freedom to make art,
LET US! Its your job to make sure they don't turn out like US.'
The council said in a statement: 'Rihanna's personal story and status as a
celebrity superstar provided a golden opportunity for the singer to send an
important message to female victims of rape and domestic violence.
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