Rihanna and Kate Moss strip

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LONDON: She loves putting on a kinky show, but Rihanna certainly met her match in Kate Moss for a kinky photo spread for V Magazine.

The Diamonds singer, 25, and British fashion icon, 39, took turns stripping off for the Mario Testino shoot.

In the issue which hits news-stands on February 28, the bad girls of the music and fashion worlds pose in a sexy, S&M-themed shoot.

The publication has a dual cover, one with the supermodel being naked and the other with Rihanna unclothed.

The duo first met back in 2009 at the Met Gala, which Kate was hosting with designer Marc Jacobs.

Moss asked Rihanna to pose for a picture for her daughter, Lila Grace, and the singer was star- struck by the move.

 

The two bumped into each other again last February at a Stella McCartney presentation.

Photographer Mario Testino was chatting with Rihanna about when he would photograph her next and Moss was just nearby.

Rihanna said about the occasion: “Kate overheard us talking and she said, ‘I want to do it with you’.

“Again, I was like, ‘Are you f***ing kidding me?…’ I was dying on the inside. All my fantasies were coming true: Mario, V, Kate Moss.”

 

Rihanna comments of Moss: “She is just an awesome, cool little rockstar.”

Naturally, the creative direction of the shoot ended with the confident pair getting naked.

Rihanna laughed, saying: “And that was the best shot… Take her top off and put that bitch on my lap.”

On shooting together again Moss said she would do so “in a heartbeat”.

Rihanna commented: “That depends on the terms, but I’m sure Kate knows them.” – Daily Mail


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