Rihanna is Esquire magazine's Sexiest Woman Alive for 2011. The R&B singer joins the list of winners, since 2004, that includes Angelina Jolie, Jessica Biel, Scarlett Johansson, Charlize Theron, Kate Beckinsale and Minka Kelly.
The 23-year-old Barbadian is coy about the announcement. "At the end of a concert, I don't feel like I've been this sexy thing," she said. "Really, I don't even think about it."
However, Rihanna is far less shy most other times. When an Irish farmer admonished her for her naked shoot taking place on his field, the very next day she shook it off and was back to her old self, "stealing the police's megaphones, pulling faces, running away from the cops and swearing at people" for her video shoot. When it comes to Twitter, she's always been a "Good Girl Gone Bad." She's loud and proud and has no qualms at all about using profanity to prove her points.
October 11 - "OH SHIT!!!! That's what's up!!! MAJAH love WOW! Love u 2 RT @DaMadaam: @rihanna better sign the fuck on, see this TT, and say fucking Hello!"
October 10 - "BTW #RihannaNavy saw the first cut for #WFL video today! Aw man, brace ya'self! Made me tear up like a lil bitch!!!."
Rihanna is not the only hot swearer on Twitter
Since losing weight and getting in shape, Kelly Osbourne has become a sex symbol. However, the pretty daughter of Sharon and Ozzy has a potty mouth . "@LeeBarnett1982 why are you so mean? you sent me that tweet to make your shitty self feel better & for that i feel sorry for you!," tweeted Osbourne.
And so does Chelsea Handler, "Oh, yeah. Kate walsh is on tonight and she's pretty fucking funny for a doctor."
You may not be surprised about Handler's sailor talk, but 65-year-old Cher needs to put some change in the "swear jar" too.
"feel like I live in a cave !Once watched J&Kate they were sweet! This shit is HARD CORE! Is true Kardashian did Porno ! I'm so Fkn outa it !," she tweeted.
Do men find women attractive who swear?
"At my first big-boy job I was once admonished for my off color language by the company's high priestess of HR. She said, 'If you don't swear you will not offend anyone. However, but if you DO choose to swear you run the risk of offending someone,' wrote Moxie Q's Michael Mackie in 'Women Who Swear & The Men Who Love Them'. "I told that to my work-wife Tiffany who said, 'Well, that's just stupid. I mean, it is something that women need to be aware of. You want to be cognizant of not saying it all the time in front of your kids, but sometimes there's not another, uh, word that gets your point across more clearly.'"
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