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Shakira's hips can't lie in the Roberto Cavalli number she'll be wearing to perform at the 2010 World Cup. Sketches courtesy of Roberto Cavalli

It seems the new Louis Vuitton World Cup trophy case isn't the only fashion infusion the 2010 FIFA World Cup will see.

During the opening ceremony on June 10, international superstar Shakira will perform her new single "Waka Waka (This Time For Africa)" -- the official song of the 2010 World Cup games -- in a Roberto Cavalli custom designed ensemble.

To go along with the tribal-feeling song and South African location, Cavalli whipped up a second-skin zebra-print jumpsuit with side cutouts and a fringed skirt made out of numerous pieces of animal-print silk that mimics a grass skirt.

The Colombian songstress' accessories, which will include leather fringe bracelets and cuffs made of roughly cut pearls, are also by Cavalli.

Whether Shakira will wear Cavalli for other dates on her worldwide tour is yet to be seen. After the World Cup performance, the singer heads to the U.K.'s Glastonbury Festival, then makes several U.S. stops (see the full schedule.)

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