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    8 Iconic Celebrity Body Paint Moments | For her 2012 “Where Have You Been” music video, Rihanna turned reptilian thanks to the work of some amazing body-paint artists. Strategically placed “scales” adorned her spine and chest in such perfection that it was hard to believe the singer didn’t actually sprout crocodile hide.

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