Rihanna isn't one to filter her thoughts, no matter how dirty they might be.
The songstress, who often leaves little to the imagination in obscenity-laden tweets and barely there getups, spoke her mind in the July issue of Esquire UK, boldly opening up on everything from Chris Brown to Cheryl Cole.
"Ooh! Cheryl Cole is ... hot," she admitted to the magazine. "I would just like to watch her work. Preferably cleaning things on the floor.
"Picking up stuff on the floor. Bending over. She's hot! I mean, literally ... she's so beautiful."
And the Barbados beauty's admiration isn't one-sided.
Cole, who is a part of UK girl group Girls Aloud, has similarly expressed her love for the 24-year-old singer.
After RiRi tweeted that Esquire UK "always get me pervin' on @CherylCole and Adele" earlier this year, the British singer responded in kind.
"No problem.. @rihanna I'm always pervin on you anyway.. Minus interviewer.. Lmao," she wrote back.
In the Esquire interview, Rihanna also spoke about her relationship with the press, and how she's learned not to care that her outrageous comments and antics get her embroiled in so much controversy.
"The attention is something I've learned to ignore," she said. "This is what I do. I live my life and they document it. A lot of things I don't care for people to know, but it just is. That's what it's become."
The singer, who teamed up with her abusive ex Chris Brown on two singles earlier this year, even said that she doesn't quite see what all the fuss is about.
"I thought people were gonna be surprised that we finally did a record together, but I didn't see how people could think it was a bad thing, you know?" she said. "In my mind, it was just music."
The pair split in 2009 after Brown, 23, assaulted the singer on the eve of that year's Grammy Awards.
But Rihanna insists she's moving beyond the drama and trying to focus on the road ahead.
"I'm never going to get caught up in that," she said of tabloid rumors. "I'm gonna look back on my life and say that I enjoyed it - and I lied it for me - and God."
Full interview appears in the July issue of Esquire UK, on sale June 4.