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Shakira and Rihanna’s ‘Can’t Remember To Forget You’ is definitely the sexiest music video we’ve ever seen! The two babes roll around in bed, grab each other’s butts, and even almost kiss in the shockingly sexy new vid. Check out the steamiest pics below!
We all knew that Rihanna and Shakira were two of the sexiest ladies in music, but their new video for “Can’t Remember To Forget You” took things to a whole new level!
Shakira & Rihanna Grab Each Other’s Butts & Almost Kiss In Sexy New Video — Pics
Wow, HollywoodLifers — this is definitely one of the sexiest music videos we’ve ever seen. Shakira and Rihanna have always been great at shaking their booties, but in “Can’t Remember To Forget You” they full-on roll around in bed together!
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When a Latin blonde bombshell pairs up with a Barbadian brunette, it just screams sexy! So it’s no surprise that when Shakira and Rihanna’s ‘Can’t Remember To Forget You’ video came out on Jan. 30, it was the definition of sensual. Watch it right here!
Rihanna and Shakira look absolutely stunning in the official music video for “Can’t Remember To Forget You”! They’re draped all over each other, showing off their amazing bodies, and their equally unique voices and looks compliment each other perfectly!
Shakira & Rihanna Release ‘Can’t Remember To Forget You’ Video
Wow. That’s pretty much all we can say about the new video for Shakira and RiRi’s new song. They singers absolutely stun in the video — from Shakira throwing herself into a wall in a lace bikini top, to cozying up to Rihanna while both of them are Topless — it was »
- Emily Longeretta
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