Well, hello, Beyonce! The singer flaunts her fabulous figure (and cleavage!) in a sexy, yet casual, look in a new picture posted to her website…and it is SERIOUSLY hot.
If you and any doubts about Beyonce’s, 33, crazy vegan diet, just take a look at this pic! The singer is looking hotter than ever, and proved it by showing off her cleavage in a super sexy new photo on her website. See it here!
In the fabulous picture, Beyonce wears nothing but a pair of short-shorts and a yellow and black checkered flannel. Seems pretty simple, right? Except, of course, the 33-year-old knows how to sex things up, and did just that by leaving her shirt unbuttoned.
In doing so, she revealed that she was, in fact, NOT wearing a bra underneath, which resulted in a major, yet somehow tasteful, cleavage reveal. She completed the look with wavy hair and a baseball cap that read, “Bow Down,” (so fitting), and posed seductively, with her perfectly manicured hand resting on her stomach.
During an appearance on Good Morning America on June 8, Beyonce revealed the secret to her amazing new figure — a 22 day vegan diet challenge, which she decided to keep up with once the three weeks were over! “I’m not naturally the thinnest woman,” she admitted. “I have curves. I have struggled since a young age with diets. Finding something that actually works and keeps the weight off has been difficult for me.”
While the strict diet clearly works, a Registered Dietitian told HollywoodLife.com that you’re likely to gain the weight back if you return to normal eating habits afterward. “Any restrictive diet will cause weight loss, including eating vegan,” Amanda Voti, of Selvera.com, explained. “A healthy weight loss rate that won’t disrupt your metabolism is losing on average of 1-2 lbs. per week. To be successful in keeping the weight off, be prepared to adopt these restrictions long term. Once the diet is over and you go back to old eating habits, the weight will come back, just like any other short term diet.”
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of Beyonce’s look!?
— Alyssa Norwin