Rihanna's nipple-baring ways may keep her off Instagram, but they won't keep her off the red carpet.
Rihanna's fondness for nip pics has been deemed too hot for Instagram, causing the 26-year-old singer to ultimately delete her account altogether back in May. But, while @badgalriri may be done with Instagram, she's still all over the red carpet.
Last night Rihanna gave everyone heart palpitations when she stepped out to the CFDA Awards wearing a sheer, glittering fishnet dress by Adam Selman that exposed her nipples and nude G-string.
But, like we noted last night—this ain't Rihanna's first nipple-baring rodeo. The star is well versed in baring it all on the red carpet. So, for your Tuesday viewing pleasure we've rounded up all the times Rihanna's stepped out in in an outfit that exposes her nipples.
Hint: It's, like, a lot.
Before last night's nipple-tastic dress, Rihanna's most sheer look to date was her 2011 Grammys gown. Remember that white, totally see-through dress by Jean Paul Gaultier? It kind of looked like Rihanna was wrapped up in white Christmas tinsel. And we're just getting rolling.
Off the red carpet, the star has also left her bra at home many times. When out to a club last year Rihanna made a plain black mini dress look extra risqué by wearing nothing underneath, totally exposing her chest.
And then while out in Sweden, Rihanna made even a sporty casual look seem sultry. She paired her visor, athletic shorts and white jersey top with—you guessed it—no bra.
Rihanna is also a big fan of the whole black mesh top trend. She's sported this look—sans bra—twice during this year's Paris Fashion Week. She also donned the exact same style back in 2012 when she wore a black sweater over a sheer top…only the sweater stopped just above her chest...
OK, we get it—Rihanna loves to bare her nipples. She's shocked on the red carpet so many times, we're used to it by now. But last night's look was so sheer even her own stylist was taken aback for a minute there. "It's so naked," said Mel Ottenberg to Style.com. "I don't know if it's shocking—I'm with her all the time, so my shock gauge is off, but I told her that I thought she was ready for this dress a while ago, and that I wasn't. I'm the prude, and I'm just catching up."
The designer of the dress, Adam Selman, also weighed in. "We definitely wanted to make it a little bit scandalous," he told Style.com. Um, yeah. We'd say they scored a ten out of ten on that one.