Rihanna was joined by rapper Drake as they performed her raunchy hit song Work on her Anti world tour on Tuesday (15Mar16).
The on-off couple, who are rumoured to be an item again, recreated their 2016 BRIT Awards performance as they got up close and personal to the delight of the crowd at Miami's American Airlines Arena in Florida.
In videos shared on social media by concertgoers, Rihanna is seen twerking and grinding on the Canadian rapper while the audience cheers them on.
Drake and his frequent collaborator also treated fans to their hit What's My Name? before he did his own song Jumpman, this time without rapper Future.
Rihanna, dressed in a tasselled, sheer black jumpsuit, and Drake, went from twerking to full contact dancing, as they hit the stage together. Drake, clad in leather trousers, stuck close to the singer as they danced to her hit Work.
The pair continued where they left off after their BRITs performance last month (Feb16), and Drake has also been asked to perform with the star this summer (16) at several gigs during the U.K. leg of her world tour, according to British newspaper The Daily Mirror.
"She is determined to recreate some of the buzz that was around for the Brits," a source tells the newspaper.
Work is the first single from Rihanna's latest album, Anti. The smash hit song is currently spending its fourth consecutive week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Recently, the singer thanked Black Entertainment Television (BET) executives after she was named the recipient of the Rock Star Award at their annual Black Girls Rock! event, which is organised to promote positive images of black women.
"Thank you @BlackGirlsRock for this years' Rock Star Award!! #BlackGirlsRockBET", Rihanna wrote on Twitter.
Other honourees include writer-producer Shonda Rhimes, R&B legend Gladys Knight, The Walking Dead actress Danai Gurira and The Hunger Games star Amandla Stenberg.
The ceremony will be hosted by Black-ish actor Tracee Ellis Ross in Newark, New Jersey on 1 April (16). The show will be broadcast on 5 April (16).