Which of Rihanna's World Music Looks Do You Like Best?

11/05/2007 at 01:00 PM ET


Rihanna turned out in not one, but two jaw-droppingly, gorgeous looks at the at the World Music Awards in Monaco this weekend. First, she stole the spotlight on the red carpet in a curve-hugging D&G fishtail dress. The emerald green color looks amazing against her skin and her bright red lips and nails finish it off to perfection. After the show began, she switched into a flirty party frock for her performance. While some of the singer’s onstage looks are a bit much for real-life, this short and sexy dress is a total winner. The singer paired her adorable dress with lace gloves for an edgier look — a nod to Madonna perhaps? We’d skipped the gloves, but would love to add both dresses to our wardrobe. Tell us: Do you like the Rihanna’s sexy green dress or sweet party frock better?

See more looks from the weekend in our Daily Hit or Miss gallery.

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emily on

i don’t like either! the green one makes her butt look sooooooo fat and the black one is so short it makes her look like a deformed barbie

pooh3000 on

“Fugly”, “sooooooo fat”? Are you people blind? Or just jealous, hmmm? She looks great in both dresses. Beyonce wishes she had Rihanna’s flair!

agnes on

I can’t believe these haters!! she looks awesome in anything she wears, are you kidding! she’s great!

Horse Girl on

I don’t know why I keep reading that she has ‘fugly’ legs. I would give anything to have long legs like that. I love the green dress. it’s classic.

Valentine on

It’s Rhianna, she looks good in both pictures, hands down. The dark look is punk/goth chic which is a look she always pulls off well. She’s a shoe-in for the Poison Ivy look in the green dress. Very nice. My girl always knows how to rock!

Michelle on

She is supposed to have hips…she’s a woman, not a 12 year old boy! Her legs are not flubby, they are well muscled and gorgeous. Dancing is a physical activity! She appears well-fed and well-bred in both dresses.

Monica on

The black one… I love the make-up wih that and the shoes. The green dress is good, but it makes her hips look very wide, I like it from the waist up. Maybe if it was shorter, it would work.

Anonymous on

she looks great in both, but i dont like her dark lipstick.

Tatum on


Madelyn on

I love Rihanna and her style. I can’t choose, because she rocks both looks. The green dress makes her look elegant and sexy, and the black party dress is youthful and fun. I love those shoes she’s wearing with the black party dress. That’s one thing I love about Rihanna, is she can switch up her looks so many times, and wear different things and still look great. It shows here: She can wear a more grown up look with the green dress and then change it up to fun, innocent, party girl.

Also, I don’t know where the “flubby legs” or “fat butt” comments come from. She’s a woman with curves, not a 12 yr. old boy {like someone else already stated}, and her butt isn’t fat. There is nothing wrong with her legs neither. If anyone has seen her “Hate That I Love You” video with Ne-Yo, or even her “Umbrella” video, her body is AMAZING! She sings a song on her new album that is aimed at certain people like those that made comments about her image, you guys just really like to pick people apart for no reason, it’s sad really. Its one thing to comment on her style, but it’s another when people are slamming someone’s physical appearance.

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