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It's that time of year again!

The carnival in Barbados is currently taking place, which means Rihanna is showing off her almost-naked body in a jeweled ensemble that leaves little to the imagination. RiRi parades her enviable figure in a custom Kadooment Day ZuluIntl Mockingjay costume which included a detailed headdress and large costume wings.

Along with flaunting her killer bod, the singer also gave fans a glimpse of her seductive dance moves by posting some videos on Instagram for the Crop Over festival. One in particular shows the celeb twerking to the music while while riding the Zulu International band float.

"Eye-soul-ation #CaribbeanGal #culture," she captioned the video.

Eye-soul-ation #CaribbeanGal #culture

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Rihanna wasn't the only famous face spotted at the festivities. British Formula One race car driver Lewis Hamilton was seen stepping out in Barbados for the event amid rumors that something romantic is brewing between him and the "BBHMM" singer.

Hamilton took a selfie of his corn rows prior to heading out and posted on Instagram, "Barbados, we ready!! #Islandlife #Carnival2015."

Before getting decked out for the festival, Rihanna was relaxing poolside and showing off her curves (yet again) in a variety of bikinis over the weekend.

In a post from Friday evening, the "Diamonds" singer soaked up the sun in a lounge chair to catch a few rays, but our eyes were glued to her impressive bikini body on full display.

Wearing a bright yellow Charlie by Matthew Zink bikini that showed off her tattoo, RiRi posed seductively for the camera as she worked plenty of accessories. "All @jacquieaiche errthang," she captioned the pic while crediting her bracelets to the designer.

Get it, girl.

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