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Rihanna strips for magazine covers

Los Angeles, Jan 16 (IANS) Singer Rihanna has shot a series of raunchy magazine covers, representing each of her albums.

Jan 15 2013, 12:48pm CST | by

Rihanna strips for magazine covers
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Los Angeles, Jan 16 — Singer Rihanna has shot a series of raunchy magazine covers, representing each of her albums.

For one image, she has posed almost topless, with just her fingernails covering her modesty.

The 24-year-old is seen posing in seven different outfits on seven different front covers of Complex magazine's February/March 2013 issue, reports thesun.co.uk.

The feature also sees Rihanna posing in a series of raunchy self-shot images, including one where she tentatively lifts up her top to expose her bare breasts and clutches at them with her nails.

Others show her toned stomach and slender thighs as she pouts and poses for the camera.

Rihanna has also posed in a girly yellow crop top and denim cut-off hotpants for one image, while in another, she has worn a camouflage print brassiere.

The images represent one of her seven albums over the past seven years from "Music Of The Sun" in 2005 right up to 2012's "Unapologetic".

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