Beyonce GQ Cover Leaked Ahead of 2013 Superbowl Halftime Show (VIEW PHOTO)
Beyonce has reportedly been photographed for the cover of GQ magazine's February 2013 issue.
The assumed cover has leaked and gone viral because the 31-year-old has taken the unusual step of stripping down to flaunt part of her chest, stomach and hips for the men's magazine.
The "Love On Top" singer dons a cropped athletic jersey that shows the underside of her breasts with red leopard print bikini bottoms and a thin, gold body chain that compliments her bronze skin-tone. The Houston native sports her signature tousled blonde hairdo with smoky eye makeup to complete the look. While the photo may be one of Beyonce's sexiest pics yet, it is still less racy than her peer Rihanna's last GQ cover where she was completely naked, except for a cropped leather motorcycle jacket that barely covered her breasts.
GQ's February 2013 issue is rumored to include a list of the "100 Sexiest Women Of The 21st Century" featuring exclusive pics of Beyonce, Megan Fox, Kate Upton and many other beautiful stars.
2013 is likely to be Beyonce's busiest year since she gave birth in January of 2012. The mother-of-one is expected to appear on the cover of another major publication -the March 2013 issue of VOGUE.
New York Daily News' Confidenti@l reported in December that she has already been photographed for the country's leading fashion publication by famed celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz. Beyonce last appeared on the cover of the fashion glossy in April 2009, for the "Shape Issue."
Beyonce's hectic schedule in the new year includes releasing new music, performing at the Super Bowl halftime show at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on Feb. 3, 2013 and putting the finishing touches to her HBO documentary she directed and executive-produced. The film will offer highlights from her professional and personal life.
Enstarz reported in December that she struck a $50 million deal with leading beverage brand Pepsi, whom she has worked with since 2002. Pepsi will begin rolling a limited edition can featuring Beyoncé's likeness in Europe first in March 2013 and later, will sponsor her next tour.
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