Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty Show Brings Out Hollywood’s Hottest

Kiersten D.

This past Friday, Rihanna held her second volume of her Savage x Fenty fashion show. The show premiered on Amazon Prime Video and featured a variation of sizes, races and ethnicity. Along with her female lineup, she added males and transgender to her roster as well. Everyone from a size 2-14 and every shade from the fairest of fair to the deepest of browns. RiRi is known for bringing together the world’s sexiest and talented stars in Hollywood for her fashion show. This year was no different as she gathered all physiques and tones under one roof.

The production gave us one of a kind performances and sequences. All the celebrities featured in the show wore the 32-year-old designer’s alluring new lingerie line. Rosalia was first to perform and sang her hit “TKN.” Cara Delevingne, Normani, Laura Harrier & Willow Smith were just a few to be amongst the star-studded line-up. Ella Mai, Roddy Rich & Bad Bunny each performed while Paris Hilton & Demi Moore made a cameo that everyone was raving about. Singer Lizzo blew viewers away with her sensual dance to D’Angelo’s “Brown Sugar.”

We all know everything the exotic beauty touches turns into a masterpiece and this is was no different. The Grammy winner was able to display unity, sexuality, fashion and talent with no bias. Rihanna has no plans on slowing down anytime soon. She recently launched her “gender-neutral” skin care line and continues to add to her lingerie collection. With no word on an upcoming album, I guess this is just something to take the focus off that for the time being. Check below for a few comments from twitter fans expressing their gratitude.

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