By LUCY BUCKLAND and HOLLY THOMAS
Regained your confidence? Rihanna left BBC Radio One this afternoon wearing an over-sized blazer, after revealing in an interview this morning that she often felt insecure about her body
She revealed her body insecurities during an intimate interview on Daybreak only this morning.
During a chat with Kate Garraway, Rihanna admitted that she feels 'fat' some days and confessed to wanting what 'other people have' at times.
However it appeared that she had regained some of her usual confidence by the time she set off for another interview this afternoon.
The 24-year-old left the BBC Radio One studios wearing a short brightly-patterned dress, with a plunging neckline which made it clear that she wasn't wearing a bra.
A high hemline and strappy heels showcased her slender legs.
Rihanna tweeted as she was on her way 'Scott mills, I'm almost there!!!!!'
Her appearance on the Scott Mills show was of a rather different tone to her earlier interview, as the star is currently promoting her new film, Battleship.
Little self-conscious? The star was clearly not wearing a bra, and accessorised with sunglasses
All about publicity: The star was promoting her forthcoming film Battleship, which hits UK cinemas April 11th
So perhaps the outfit change was a nod to the more upbeat tone of her afternoon engagement.
In fairness, Rihanna certainly has no reason to hide her stunning figure.
But the ensemble was slightly incongruous with her earlier remarks.
Don't look too shy! Rihanna certainly has no reason to feel down about her gorgeous figure
Spot the difference: Rihanna tweeted this snap of herself next to a Battleship poster, writing 'this is unreal'
Just 24 hours after sizzling on a London hotel roof in a satin dress, the star revealed an almost bizarre claim that she isn't always full of the confidence she seems to ooze from every pore.
Despite the The Love The Way You Lie singer tweeting pictures of herself half-naked, posing topless and admitting she loves being naked - it turns out it really isn't as easy as it looks.