Rihanna Rocks the Brit Awards in Four Looks: Which is Her Best?

02/17/2011 at 12:00 PM ET

Rihanna Outfit Changes at BRIT Awards
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Forget Fashion Week — leave it to Rihanna to turn the U.K.’s biggest night in music into an impromptu fashion show! Kicking off a one-woman style show at Tuesday night’s Brit Awards, the singer was radiant on the red carpet in a hand-painted Dior Haute Couture confection. Then, to accept her award for best international female solo artist, she slipped into a silk carnation-embellished Oscar de la Renta gown. Never one to end on a quiet note, the S&M singer also strutted her stuff onstage in a theatrical, rosette-adorned frock and a semi-sheer body suit. One thing that didn’t change? Her sleek new fiery red bob. We think she sizzles in all four looks, but want your opinion. Tell us: Which of Rihanna’s looks is your favorite? Justine Harman


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Ateqx on

Is she pregnant? She looks like one..

nicole on

the blue and purple

Amy on

Pregnant? What?? She has no bump whatsoever!

jayden on

Her looks get worse and worse. How can anyone think she looks good when she is dressed like a hobo?

Denise on

Don;t really like any, but the 1st on is ok I guess

Jamie on

hmmm…the BLUE one!

elaine on

the white gown

Tiffani on

She looks fabulous in all four outfits.

Mick on

Ok Rihanna it time to take off the red wig. enough already.

Tigs on

white with the red flowers

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