British Formula One racing driver Lewis Hamilton was also in attendance at the star-studded Barbados Crop Over Festival which often attracts the biggest names in the celebrity world. Hamilton, taking a break from his Formula One schedule, was quick to get in on the action. The 32-year-old Hamilton was spotted at the event looking happy and relaxed as he made his way through the crowds with his security team.Pop superstar Rihanna was also part of the festivities, turning up to the glamorous bash in her homeland. The singing sensation made quite the entrance, turning up very much in festival theme and wearing minimal layers. Hamilton could also be said to have opted for an unusual clothing selection, sporting a red stripey vest and shorts ensemble. The festival is a long-standing tradition which, due to its soaring popularity, now attracts a variety of stars from across the worlds of sport and entertainment.Photo Credit: Getty
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