Singer Rihanna sent her fans into meltdown as she showed off her jaw-dropping figure, as well as her huge chest tattoo, in a racy new snap to promote her beauty line.
Rihanna, 32, leaned against a marble worktop with her arms spread around a number of products from her Fenty Skin collection.
The singer looked stunning as she donned a cream lace bra which showed off her ample assets, as well as a number of tattoos along her décolletage and chest.
She ensured her figure did the talking as she pulled down a navy blue New York Yankees hat over her eyes and smeared dollops of face cream on her cheeks and the top of her nose.
As all eyes fell on her stunning snap, she captioned it: "Just protecting my melanin while they try to eradicate it! @fentyskin#FentySkinStartRs mini gang!"
Unsurprisingly, the stunning picture sparked a huge reaction from her followers as they rushed to compliment her on the mind-blowing display.
One fan wrote: "IMAGINE LOOKING LIKE THIS."
Another added: "She did it again."
A third chipped in: "Two questions: 1. Where’d you get the Yankee bucket? 2. Will you marry me?"
A fourth said: "Damn Rih, just DAMN!"
Even Paris Hilton got in on the actions, sending a number of fire emojis along with a crown and a love heart face.
However, despite the overwhelming praise, many fans took the opportunity to beg Rihanna to release new music, as the singer hasn't released a new album since 2016 after record Anti.
She has moved away from music to focus on her Fenty Beauty line, which includes her Skin brand, and a fashion line which includes lingerie.
Thankfully for fans, she has dropped some hints that she is going to return to music later this year.
Rihanna posted a snap of herself back in the recording studio back in February, and also told Vogue magazine that she wants her next album will be reggae-influenced.
She said: ""I like to look at it as a reggae-inspired or reggae-infused album.
"It’s not gonna be typical of what you know as reggae. But you’re going to feel the elements in all of the tracks."
"Reggae always feels right to me. It’s in my blood. It doesn’t matter how far or long removed I am from that culture, or my environment that I grew up in; it never leaves."
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