Rihanna's 'Savage X Fenty Vol. 3' Is Here And Available To Watch Now

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Things are looking up. Not only did the Met Gala happen this year, but Rihanna's annual Savage X Fenty show, showcasing the best of her brand's lingerie alongside the world's leading models and performance artists, has returned to Amazon Prime Video.

Titled Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3, following on from her 2020 and 2019 masterpieces, we're expecting big things from the upcoming performance.

Here is everything we about the show so far:

Savage X Fenty Show 2021

How to watch Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3?

Released September 24, 2021, the Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3 2021 show is available to stream on Amazon Prime.

WATCH SAVAGE X FENTY SHOW VOL.3 HERE

What happened in Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3?

Set in a cityscape the show opened with dancers and Jade Novah performing above a brutalist staircase before supermodel Cindy Crawford ascends the steps.

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Once Novah ends her song, Crawford takes us to a list where BIA is found rapping.

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BIA performs 'Whole Lotta Money' while heading back down the stairs in a yellow lingerie set before unveiling Normani singing in red room wearing a yellow lace catsuit.

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Madonna's daughter Lourdes is then seen stalking the green hallways of the building in a latex bra, pant and thigh-high boot set alongside other models.

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Model, actor and new mother Emily Ratajkowski then turns up in the back of a car with her hair in braids, wearing a purple strapless bra and double string pants. She leaves the car, strutting through the street, before she's joined by Alek Wek, Vanessa Hudgens and Ricky Martin.

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Hudgens then leads us up the building's lift to Irina Shayk in snakeprint as well as Jazmine Sullivan singing.

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Daddy Yankee then performs, before Adriana Lima, black lace, takes the viewer to a dance break, then Soo Joo Park and Sabrina Carpenter appear, as well as Erykah Badu.

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Rihanna then finally makes her appearance, dancing in a sequinned, red bodysuit.

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No less than Gigi Hadids, complete with fringes and blue robes then show up before walking across a raised runway with other models like Behati Prinsloo, Precious Lee, Joan Smalls and dancers.

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Nas performs before Rihanna returns in a lace sheer dress, taking us to the roof at dawn, closing the show.

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How to buy the Savage X Fenty collection?

Most pieces from the Savage X Fenty Vol. 3 show are available to buy now.

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Who attended the Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3 red carpet?

To celebrate the show's upcoming release Rihanna, in custom-made Bottega Veneta, hosted an event for the stars of Savage X Fenty Vol. 3. Gigi Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, Irina Shayk and more all turned up to the red carpet and you can see all their looks below.

Who starred in Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3?

According to a teaser video released by the brand on 21 September the third volume of Rihanna's Savage x Fenty show features the world's leading performance artists and most recognisable models.

In the short film the likes of Gigi Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, Erykah Badu, Precious Lee, Vanessa Hudgens and Normani can all be spotted in the brand's bold and provocative lingerie.

The clip gives also provides a full list of those featuring in the film, namely: 'Adriana Lima, Alek Wek, Behati Prinsloo, Gottmik, Irina Shayk, Jeremy Pope, Joan Smalls, Jojo T. Gibbs, Leiomy, Lola Leon, Mena Massoud, Nyjah Huston, Sabrina Carpenter, Soo Joo Park, The Symone, Thuso Mbedu and Troye Sivan'. As well as those performing their own music: 'Nas, Daddy Yankee, Bia, Jazmine Sullivan, Ricky Martin and Jade Novah.'

Of course, Rihanna herself can also be seen in the clips.

How did Rihanna tease Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3?

Taking a look at the teaser video 33-year-old Rihanna put out on Instagram at the end of August - showing the singer, actor and designer show of various teeny tiny lingerie ensembles.

Amazon directly revealed Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3 will feature: 'an all-star line up of models, actors, performers, and more debuting the latest Savage X Fenty styles.'

'The star-studded show is a visually stunning and epic event that raises the bar yet again with special performances from some of the biggest names in music.'

Further teaser posts show the likes of Gigi Hadid, Precious Lee, Behati Prinsloo, Alek Wek, Vanessa Hudgens, Joan Smalls and Emily Ratajkowski working it alongside dancers and under strobe lights for the performance.

We cannot wait.

Savage X Fenty Show 2020

Watch Savage X Fenty Vol. 2 now

Released October 2, 2020, the Savage X Fenty Vol. 2 show is available to stream on Amazon Prime.

Be prepared for almost an hour of incredible dancing, epic costumes and sets, and of course, some very hot people.

WATCH SAVAGE X FENTY VOL. 2 HERE

What happened at the 2020 Savage X Fenty Show?

In its second year, the lingerie brand's diverse show moved from a live-audience set up, to a pre-filmed one, allowing for an even more polished performance, complete with slow-motion and super close close-ups of the underwear-clad stars.

Rihanna, as before, enlisted the help of models, dancers, and performance artists for the almost hour-long show, that took viewers through four different scenes interspersed with to-camera interviews with Rihanna, amongst others.

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Rihanna strutting in a thong kicked off the show, followed by a performance by musical artist Rosalia and cameo by Cara Delevingne.

The event's next supermodel appearance was Bella Hadid. After a brief interlude of Rihanna discussing her inspiration, and some crazy-amazing dancing, the new aunt can be seen writhing in a black lingerie set to N.E.R.D's 'She Wants To Move', because, why not?

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And if Hadid wasn't enough for you, 57-year-old Demi Moore then made her appearance on the other side of the black sofa in fishnet stockings and diamanté jewellery for days.

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After drag queen Jaida Essence Hall and Big Sean did their thing, a bridal-lingerie-inpired Normani danced, complete with veil and latex gloves.

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DJ Mustard then took over the mic, alongside Ella Mai and Roddy Ricch, followed by an interlude in which Rihanna discusses the influence of drag culture on her work and the celebratory nature of beauty and fashion.

Finally, Lizzo took centre stage, with an iconic dance to D'Angelo's 'Brown Sugar' in an electric blue bodystocking and white trainers.

After another brief interlude about sexuality and female empowerment, Adesuwa Aighewi and Jazzelle Zanaughtti took centre stage while Bad Bunny performed, before we were transported to a tropical wonderland filled with nymph-like creatures played by Paloma Elsesser, Irina Shayk, Laura Harrier and more.

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Rihanna then appeared in the centre a giant flower and strutted her way around the magical grotto before Miguel performed.

After another intermission about community, the final scene of a lime green industrial structure was unveiled.

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Amidst a sea of epic dancers, Chika can be seen, as well as Paris Hilton, Willow Smith, Jaren Merrell, Gigi Goode, Rico Nasty and Irina Shayk, before a leather and frills-clad Rihanna stormed the stage in leather shorts and gloves, with an OTT ruffled top to end the performance.

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Savage X Fenty show 2019

Watch Savage X Fenty 2019 Now

Released September 20, 2019, the Savage X Fenty 2019 show is available to stream on Amazon Prime.

WATCH SAVAGE X FENTY 2019 SHOW NOW

What happened at the 2019 Savage X Fenty show?

Being a triple threat herself, Rihanna chose to cast dancers and actors as well as models to showcase her AW19 collection at the Barclays Centre.

ELLE UK cover star Cara Delevingne - who we're more accustomed to seeing on TV screens than catwalks in 2019 - returned to the runway for her good friend Rihanna, modelling a green lace look and exuding serious dominatrix vibes (complete with a heart-shaped paddle).

Alek Wek, Joan Smalls, Laverne Cox and Normani also strutted walked the set as did 21 Savage and Christian Combs (P Diddy's son).

Ahead of the show's premiere on Amazon Prime, the streaming service released a teaser trailer giving a glimpse of what went down at the show.

The 50-minute clip showed Rihanna ready to slay, the typical pre-show chaos of dancers rehearsing and models running up and down stairs for their quick changes as well as Delevingne preparing to walk the runway.

The venue was transformed into a movie-like city setting with eighties-style pink and blue neon lights. There were peep-show-esque windows with models wearing Savage X Fenty in each one, while others took their place on different levels of the impressive set.

This wasn't just a straightforward fashion show, either. Rihanna delivered a musical performance alongside an impressive line-up of artists including Halsey, Migos, DJ Khaled, Big Sean, A$AP Ferg, Fat Joe, Fabolous and Tierra Whack.

The show was created and executively produced by Rihanna and the collection features embellished details, 'daring' playsuits and more inclusive sizing ranging from 32A-42H and XS-3X.

Who attended the Savage X Fenty 2019 show?

After the guest of honour – Rihanna, obviously – walked the black-coloured carpet, the step-and-repeat shots released by the makers of the show indicate a roster of A-List guests who were all keen to see the singer's latest lingerie collection.

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Delevingne was joined by then-girlfriend Ashley Benson at the runway presentation, and, taking a break from walking in numerous shows this fashion week, a glowingly pregnant Ashley Graham, as well as Gigi and Bella Hadid.

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Past and present big names in music were there too like Halsey, Kacey Musgraves, Hailee Steifeld, Kehlani and rapper Fat Joe.

Rihanna's muse Slick Woods - who went into labour shortly after walking last year's show - also attended, as did models Joan Smalls, Chanel Iman, Iskra Lawrence and Halima Aden.

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On Friday, Rihanna's Savage X Fenty Instagram account teased a video from the show from that show, which features Hadid and Delevingne strutting their stuff inside a multi-coloured tunnel.

'They came, they SLAYED, they conquered,' an excerpt of the video's caption reads.

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