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Liv Needs You Tonight

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We'd almost forgotten how hot Liv Tyler is, but after watching her covering the INXS hit Need You Tonight in this video for the launch of Very Irrésistible Givenchy Electric Rose, she's officially our latest girl crush (sorry Zooey).

It makes sense that Liv is a natural rock chick - after all she is the daughter of Aerosmith's Steven Tyler and famously copied his on-stage antics in the music video for their 1994 hit Crazy. Kudos to Givenchy for channelling their spokesmodel's rock 'n' roll DNA in this super sexy clip...

What do you think of Liv's performance? Let us know in the comments section below or on Twitter @stylistmagazine

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