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Rihanna is giving us a behind-the-scenes look at the making of her "Pour It Up" music video and it's full of sexy stripping, money, pole dancing and twerking!

For her super steamy new video, Ri-Ri has enlisted the help of some super talented pole-dancing ladies, who show of their moves high up in the air while wearing very little.

"You know what we are doing? We are on set of pour it the f--k up," the Barbadian beauty says in the BTS video. "I'm codirecting today so I get to like shoot and be shot at the same time."

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(Warning: This video contains language that may be offensive to some listeners.)

"So right now we're shooting girls that can do some pole work," Rihanna continues while girls work it on the stripper pole in a dark room. "This beast right here Nicole is f--king amazing. She just killed it. And now Candace is going to get a turn to do some sexy s--t."

In addition to the sexy pole dancing scenes, Rihanna is seen dressed in a barely-there bejeweled top, blond wig, black gloves and sunglasses while spreading her legs in a throne covered in money.

"I know when you listen to the song you think instantly stripper, which it is, but I think it's going to be very artistic the way they are going to shoot it," choreographer Othan Burnside says. "It's going to be very, very sexy in a way that I don't think has ever been done before. That's what's going to make this video very, very special."

To top it all off, a very curvaceous dancer twerks—wait for it—in water! You're move Miley Cyrus.

Rihanna's been tweeting tons of BTS pics of from the shoot. She more recently posted a pic of her getting ready to take a turn on the stripper pole with the caption, "My first pole lesson! #pouritup #bts." "Money on my mind #pouritup," she also shared.

Check out the sexy behind-the-scenes clip of the making of "Pour It Up" for yourself!

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