Rihanna Gets Spooky On British 'GQ' And '032c' Covers

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Rihanna for British 'GQ.'
Photo: @badgalriri's Instagram

Trick or treat? JK, you don’t get to choose. You get both! You’re welcome. Actually, thank Rihanna, because she’s the one that’s appearing on two different magazine covers in December. And TBH, I think we could all learn something about time management from Rih—because seriously, how did she manage to squeeze in two different magazine covers (for different countries, no less) in between all of the touring, marketing, shopping, smoking, grinding, TV show producing and shark diving she's been doing these days? SHEW. *wipes brow* #impressed.

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Rihanna for British 'GQ.'
Photo: @badgalriri's Instagram

In a shoot with famed British artist, Damien Hirst, Rihanna modeled an IRL Medusa-head (we think) on the cover of British GQ for the magazine's 25th anniversary special issue. Quite frankly, we're terrified (and thus the trick). Wearing electric, thin-slit contact lenses and not much else, Rih looks just as comfortable in a bunch of slithering snakes as she does in loads of heavy Chanel chains. Both seem kind of burdensome, but we'd probably complain a little less about the chains.

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Rihanna for '032c.'
Photo: @badgalriri's Instagram

Further magnifying the sans shirt trend, Rihanna also appears on the cover of Berlin culture mag, 032c, for their Winter 2013/14 "Jubilee" issue. But instead of just looking straight-up scary, Miss Fenty looks scary-sexy while werqing a little high fashion #ghettogoth (her fave style of late) in a Gucci coat and what appears to be a metal cross choker necklace. Oh, and the mullet.

Which Rihanna cover do you like the best? How do you feel about the return of the mullet? Are you scared of snakes? BOO! (Sorry.)

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