Beyoncé Knowles channeled her inner Marilyn Monroe for a sexy cover shoot for ‘Out’ magazine’s May issue. The super hot spread includes snaps of the singer in sultry poses in her famous leotards, elegant looks in an all white suit and oh yes — topless pics! Keep reading to get details on her new liberated image!
Beyoncé, 32, radiates confidence on the cover of Out magazine. The black and white photos make it a little tricky to decipher her makeup look, but there’s no debate about her sexy, retro blonde hair. Queen Bey can do no wrong! What do you think of her sexy photos? Tell us below!
Beyoncé In ‘Out’ Magazine — Goes Topless For Power Issue
In the past, Beyoncé has been very private about every detail of her life. From her surprise marriage to Jay-Z to her extremely low key pregnancy, Bey has a reputation for leaving her fans wondering.
Thankfully, the pop icon has recently been opening up and since her self-titled album “Beyoncé” dropped, we’ve been seeing a whole new liberated side of her.
The Houston-born singer wore a Marilyn Monroe-inspired blonde wig for the shoot, channeling one of the first women who managed to pull off being both sexy and classy.
Her lashes and eyeliner were applied thick and she appears to be wearing a smooth, nude lip. See all of the photos at Out.com.
Beyoncé Speaks: Women Are Sexual Beings, Too
Beyonce’s latest album may seem like a flaunting of sexuality to some, but it is a raw and unfiltered version of her that we’ve never seen before:
“I needed to free myself from the pressures and expectations of what I thought I should say or be, and just speak from the heart.” Well spoken, Bey!
When asked about the sensuality of “Beyoncé” she told Out:
“There is unbelievable power in ownership, and women should own their sexuality. There is a double standard when it comes to sexuality that still persists. Men are free and women are not. That is crazy. The old lessons of submissiveness and fragility made us victims. Women are so much more than that.”
Beyoncé seems to be freer than ever before. What do you think of Beyonce’s new found liberation, HollywoodLifers?
— Kindra Bailey