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Amanda just like Ri-Ri?

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Amanda just like Ri-Ri?

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LONDON – The fact that they both hail from Barbados sets off the comparisons between Rihanna and Cover Drive’s lead singer Amanda Reifer.
But on Monday night as Amanda left The Rose Club the similarities between her and the We Found Love singer were more prominent than ever.
The 21-year-old made a racy exit from the Marylebone hot spot in a very revealing ensemble.
Reifer showed off her curves in a fitted long-sleeved minidress, which braved a sheer top attached to a metallic black bodycon skirt.
Wearing her curly golden hair up in a high bun, she completed her look with an orange pair of peep toe heels, and a lashing of scarlet lipstick.
In May, Amanda admitted that she was enjoying being compared to the Rude Boy singer.
Speaking to The Sun, she said: “There’s definitely something in the water when it comes to Bajan women. I’m so flattered to be compared to Rihanna because she’s real hot. It’s such a compliment.”
Earlier in the day, Amanda and her bandmates took to the stage at Freddie For A Day at London’s Savoy Hotel.
At the charity event, which celebrated the late Freddie Mercury’s 66th birthday, Amanda donned a white vest top with a pair a houndstooth cropped leggings.
She also paid homage to the legendary Queen rocker, wearing a fake moustache alongside bandmates Barry Hill, Jamar Harding and Thomas Ray Armstrong.
Looking forward to their set, the band tweeted: “We feel so honoured and privileged to be performing @ Freddie For A Day tribute tonight!!! :D”
And following their energetic offering of You’re My Best Friend, they then posted a message that read: “Walking offstage @ the Freddie For A Day gig, and Brian May is applauding us: O! Leaving the venue and we bump into Tom Jones!!!!”
Speaking to MailOnline about their performance, the band said: “Freddie Mercury was one of the most iconic front men of all time and it was an honour to perform at the Freddie For A Day event.
“It was a fantastic experience and one that we will never forget.” (Daily Mail)