Just when we thought Rihanna couldn't get any hotter, these photos popped up in GQ magazine.
Clad in only a black leather, unzipped, All Saints Cropped Escape Biker Jacket, the sultry singer shows off her body, revealing her new goddess Isis tattoo under her breasts (and much more) on the cover of the mag's "Men of the Year" December issue.
And that was just the beginning.
Inside of its pages, there are more scantily clad photos of the "Diamonds" crooner, with Rihanna wearing only black lace panties and shoes (black pumps in one, black tennis shoes in another) in several different shots.
But the six-page spread wasn't just about showing off Rihanna's toned assets.
In an interview with the mag, the 24-year-old Bajan beauty also dished on her turn-ons, talked about love and quipped about the now infamous club brawl between her ex-boyfriend Chris Brown and rapper Drake.
"I like to feel like a woman," Rihanna said, when asked about what turns her on. "I have to be in control in every other aspect of my life, so I feel like in a relationship, like I wanted to be able to take a step back and have somebody else take the lead."
And Rihanna, who appears to like to push the boundaries when it comes to her sexuality, said, even she has a stopping point.
"Love makes you go places you probably wouldn't ever go, had it not been for love," she continued. "But I think everybody still has their limits."
Speaking of love, while Rihanna didn't discuss her rekindled friendship with Brown, she did somewhat address the "Nobody's Perfect" singer's brawl with Drake back in June, which reportedly kicked off after Brown sent a bottle of champagne to Drake, and Drake sent it back with a note that said "I'm f--king the love of your life," according to GQ.
"There's no proof of that being for my love," Rihanna said. "That's my answer to that question."
Not surpisingly, this isn't the first time Rihanna has gotten nearly nude for a photo shoot.
Most recently, she took it all off for the cover of her upcoming album, Unapologetic, which hits stores Nov. 19.