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Rihanna wears a bustier to a Christmas tree lighting: appropriate?

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47069, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - Thursday November 4, 2010. Rihanna arrives at the Westfield Shopping Center in London to switch on the Christmas lights. Rihanna is gearing up for the November 10th release of her fifth studio album entitled 'Loud'.  Photograph:  Smart Pictures, PacificCoastNews.com


Would you like a little tittay with your Christmas tree? These are photos of Rihanna in London last night, doing some kind of Christmas tree lighting ceremony for a mall/shopping center. This is the second bustier Rihanna has worn in a week - so it’s her new “trend” now I guess. Tittays and this dumb Kool-Aid hair.


Considering this event is for families… and considering “the 22-year-old was joined on stage by a group of school children for the moment when she switched on the lights”…are the Christmas boobs appropriate? Or is it like Katy Perry’s Sesame Street boobs, where kids aren’t even conscious of how sexualized the imagery is, just because it’s all so “rainbows and cotton candy and Kool-Aid hair and Christmas!”

47069, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - Thursday November 4, 2010. Rihanna arrives at the Westfield Shopping Center in London to switch on the Christmas lights. Rihanna is gearing up for the November 10th release of her fifth studio album entitled 'Loud'.  Photograph:  Smart Pictures, PacificCoastNews.com

47069, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - Thursday November 4, 2010. Rihanna arrives at the Westfield Shopping Center in London to switch on the Christmas lights. Rihanna is gearing up for the November 10th release of her fifth studio album entitled 'Loud'.  Photograph:  Smart Pictures, PacificCoastNews.com

Barbadian singer Rihanna launches the Christmas lights decorations at Westfield Shopping Centre in London on November 4, 2010.   UPI/Rune Hellestad Photo via Newscom

Barbadian singer Rihanna launches the Christmas lights decorations at Westfield Shopping Centre in London on November 4, 2010.   UPI/Rune Hellestad Photo via Newscom



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