Rihanna’s ‘GQ’ Cover: Photo Déja Vu?

Pop singer Rihanna adorns the February cover of the Mexican edition of GQ, and is splashed across a sexy spread inside.

But are these actually new photos of the Grammy-nominated 20-year-old “Take a Bow” singer, or possibly, as celeb gossip site Hollywood Tuna points out, recycled images?

Rihanna’s hair is a key indicator; it’s very similar to her flat bob in the video for her duet with Ne-Yo, “Hate That I Love You.”

The thing is, that video premiered in December 2007. Ri-Ri’s locks are much more cropped and curly these days.

Check out the “Hate That I Love You” video below:

Her shorter ‘do is a looks she’s been sporting for the past month, including at her NRJ Awards appearance in France last week.

On the music front, Rihanna’s latest offering, Good Girl Gone Bad: The Remixes, was released today.

This isn’t to be confused with the Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded re-release that was issued in June last year. The original Good Girl Gone Bad album was released in May 2007.

It seems photos aren’t the only thing in question when in comes to reheating Rihanna’s leftovers.

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