She may have missed her opportunity to perform at the Grammy Awards, but Rihanna made up for it when she hit the 2016 BRIT Awards on Wednesday to perform not one but two of the songs from her multi-platinum album ANTI.

Dressed in a white cropped-top and fringed pants look, Rih hit the stage to perform the first track on her album “Consideration” along with TDE’s first lady SZA. While Rih played front stage, SZA shined bright behind her as the ladies belted out the duet as they've been collaborating for years. After the first verse and chorus the music immediately transitioned into a reggae version of “Consideration,” a sign that Rih was ready to give that “Work.”

Dancers dressed in all black met her on stage and the whining commenced. With a matching black and white contrast Rih and the ladies held it down, offering up sexy dance moves similar to those she delivered with Monday’s (Feb. 22) video premiere. Just when the crowd thought Rih Rih’s sultry hips were enough, Drake emerged to perform his verse. Of course the crowd went wild as Drizzy, who was also rocking all-white, met Rihanna with every move.

Just like in the video the duo, who now have the No.1 record on the Billboard charts, kept the chemistry alive as Rih backed it up on Drake and took the whine like it was his. The two were spotted leaving a London nightclub on Tuesday, could they be more than friends?

More video footage surfaced online showed Drizzy performing "Jumpman." He was joined by Skepta and Section Boyz on stage. Section Boyz performed "Trapping Ain't Dead." Watch footage below.

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