Rihanna's the only girl for us

March 12, 2011 - RIHANNA took to the Entertainment Centre stage last night and was sexy, sassy and certainly on the prowl.

She opened with Only Girl in the World, and fans at the sold-out show screamed as if she was. A deafening roar erupted when the pint-sized singer took centre stage in a colourful dress that was discarded a song later for Hard - a sexually charged song featuring shirtless male back-up dancers dressed as soldiers. It was during this number that Rihanna climbed atop a hot pink military tank and straddled the canon in a glittering bodysuit.
It was not a soft start to the show, with the 23-year-old taking to beating up a car with a baseball bat for her hit Shut Up and Drive.

The singer has toured the nation with her Last Girl on Earth show heavy on flesh flash, sexual innuendo and not-so-subtle lyrics, treating audiences to a visual transformation that confirms she really is a Good Girl Gone Bad.

While her radio-friendly tunes appeal to scores of teens and children, the on-stage translation of Rihanna's music is not for the faint-hearted, young or impressionable.

From her on-stage antics to parading around in a seemingly endless series of provocative outfits, Rihanna is all about giving her concert fans value.

She has toured relentlessly since she first topped international charts in 2005.

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