Megan Fox loses out to Rihanna for Armani’s sexiest advertisement of the year


Megan Fox and Rihanna
Sorry girls, there's a new ‘it’ girl in town and she's a triple threat: actress, model and pop singer.

Megan Fox must be singing the blues because singer Rhianna has completely trounced her in a new campaign for Emporio Armani that has been named the Sexiest Ad of 2011.

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In an upset for the ages the Barbadian goddess even saw off famous supermodels like Miranda Kerr, Kate Moss and Heidi Klum to claim the top prize for herself.

23 year old Rhianna began her partnership with the fashion house modeling underwear and jeans in July.

Who followed RiRi in the top 10?

2. Miranda Kerr – Victoria’s Secret
3. Kate Moss – Liu Jo
4. Giselle Bundchen -Hope
5.Irina Shayk – Luli Fama
6. Heidi Klum – Project Runway
7. Pamela Anderson – Secrets In Lace
8. Lily Aldridge – Victoria’s Secret
9. Bar Refaeli  – Passionata
10.Kate Upton – Jenna Leigh Lingerie


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