Rihanna Twerks on Drake in New Teaser Video For 'Work' Following Announcement of Postponed 'ANTI' Tour Dates

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The singers get flirty in the 27-year-old's sexy new video for "Work."

It's been a rough week for Rihanna, but she's already getting back to work!

The pop star -- who announced she was postponing eight dates on her upcoming ANTI tour due to production delays and canceled her GRAMMYs performance at the last minute due to sickness this week -- took to social media on Thursday to release a teaser video for her hit single, "Work."

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The track features rapper Drake, who gets intimate with the 27-year-old Barbados native in the sexy video.

In the sneak peek clip, Drake and Rihanna cuddle up close and dance on each other in a corner at a party. At one point, RiRi -- dressed in a Rastafarian-colored mesh dress featuring a thigh-high slit -- even twerks on the "Hotline Bling" singer.

Watch the full teaser below.

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This, of course, is not the first time we've seen Drake receive some loving from a famous woman.

Who could forget that time Nicki Minaj gave him a lap dance in the music video for "Anaconda"?

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Rihanna announced on Instagram and Twitter that the full music video for "Work" will be released on Monday, but fans are already freaking out over her and Drake's onscreen chemistry.

Within minutes of her post -- which included a snapshot of the duo from the video -- fans were quick to leave comments, writing things like, "Hot dayummm!," "Queen and King," and "They're perfect for each other."

Despite fans hoping for a Drake-RiRi coupling in real life, the two both claim that's not happening. Rihanna confirmed she was boyfriend-free earlier this month during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

"I'm single right now," she said. "And it's not that I'm like, oh, pro single."

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"Yes, I hate men," she joked. "I just think that I just have so much on my plate that I can't even find the time to entertain a steady relationship or anything serious. Or even a text. Right now it's just crazy."

As we patiently wait for the official "Work" music video to be released, press play on the video below to hear more on why the singer had to drop out of her highly anticipated GRAMMYs performance.