Drake may have recently discovered that "Girls Love Beyonce," but UK boy band The Wanted just premiered a song about a different female superstar.
Called "Walks Like Rihanna," the track was teased last week, making its full debut on Monday morning.
"She can't sing, she can't dance but who cares / She walks like Rihanna," the boy band sings in the track -- take a listen above.
Made up of Max George, Siva Kaneswaran, Jay McGuiness, Tom Parker, and Nathan Sykes, The Wanted has released two studio albums and an EP. The band is set to release a third studio album later this year.
"We are really excited about this single," Parker recently said of the song. "We feel it's a little different from the usual Wanted sound, we've stripped it back to pure pop, it's just a feel-good, fun track. Fun is a good word to describe the video too. Let's just say it's got a lot of character."
Rihanna has yet to comment on the song.
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