Daniel Craig thinks Rihanna would make a great Bond girl, because she’s dirty.
In a recent interview with Globalgrind.com, Craig, who plays James Bond in "Skyfall," which is in theaters now, was asked if Beyonce or Rihanna would make a better love interest for the M16 agent.
“Rihanna, I think. She’s dirtier,” the British star replied.
Rihanna is certainly known for her sexual nature, often wearing next-to-nothing during her concert performances, and posting racy pictures on her Twitter account.
While it remains to be seen who the next Bond girl will be, Idris Elba may be the next James Bond.
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"Skyfall" star Naomie Harris recently spoke about who she thinks should be the first black 007.
In 2008, according to the Daily News, Craig said that although the creator of Bond, Ian Fleming, never envisioned a black Bond, we are ready for a black 007.
Harris told the Huffington Post that she never realized there had been talk about a black James Bond, but that actor Elba would be a great match.
“I didn’t realize that there was this talk and then I did a film with Idris [Elba] and he said that he met Barbara Broccoli [James Bond producer] and that it does seem like there is a possibility in the future that there could very well be a black James Bond.
"And I would have to vote for Idris because I just finished working with him and he’s a great guy,” she added.
In 2011, Elba addressed the rumor himself, telling NPR, “It's a very old rumor. My dad and I were talking about this the other day. I would do it, but I don't want to be called the first black James Bond.
"Do you understand what I 'm saying? Sean Connery wasn't the Scottish James Bond and Daniel Craig wasn't the blue-eyed James Bond. So if I played him, I don't want to be called the black James Bond."
Elba, who is British, then explained that he did not come to America "to play black roles. I just came to play roles."
He added, "if Sony decided to call me and said hey, we wanted to do [James Bond], I'd definitely consider it."
Watch Daniel Craig’s interview below: