The songstress had quite the night, being honored with the first-ever ‘Icon’ award, and she dressed to impress in not one but two seriously sexy looks. Which one do you like better? VOTE.
The 2013 American Music Awards practically belonged to Rihanna, and all eyes were on the 25-year-old as she took to the stage early in the night to accept the “Favorite Female Artist — Soul/R&B” award at the 2013 American Music Awards in LA on Nov. 24, clad in a sparkling crop top and matching skirt that featured sheer detailing — this look definitely showed off a lot of skin, and she had the confidence, (and the figure!), to pull it off.
Rihanna’s AMAs Outfit:
RiRi’s crop top looked more like a bustier top as two embellished cups covered her chest and a plunging silhouette revealed her cleavage. The sexy top was paired with a matching high-waisted skirt that went sheer, showing off her thighs. RiRi dazzled in the sexy sparkling number as she rocked a choker, an Alex Mika ear cuff, and a cuff bracelet. Liquid liner created the perfect cat-eye and a nude lip finished off RiRi’s first look of the night.
Rihanna’s AMAs Dress:
The next time we saw the songstress on stage she had swapped her sexy get-up for an elegant black dress that featured a plunging neckline. The sleeveless silhouette was sexy and chic, and it was perfect as she took to the stage to accept her “Icon” award. The singer was accompanied by her mother, Monica Braithwaite, who presented the award to her daughter following a video commemoration from her mentor, Jay-Z, and a touching video montage of Rihanna’s career highlights. The whole presentation was so moving, and her gorgeous gown really complimented the moment. Sure, it was sexy but it was also elegant — it was so perfect for the occasion!
While the star showed off two gorgeous black outfits, they were totally different — and we loved them both! What do you think of RiRi’s versatile AMAs style? Did her sexy ensemble win you over or did you prefer her glam gown? Check them out & VOTE!
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