The singer, who recently released her third album, "Good Girl Gone Bad," also will work with Procter & Gamble Co.'s new Venus Breeze leg razor marketing campaign by judging the 2007 "Legs of a Goddess" contest.
"I'm thrilled that Venus Breeze thinks my legs are award-worthy and I'm excited to kick off the search for the woman with the best legs in America," said Rihanna. "This contest is a fun way for women to showcase confidence, charisma and gorgeous legs on the runway."
The release from Venus said the competition is a search for a woman with toned, shapely legs who has confidence and charisma.
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