Beyoncé has stunned fans with her racy new cover for the February issue of GQ magazine in the U.S.
This is not the first time the songstress has graced the cover of the men's magazine. She has previously posed for GQ international editions four times. The U.S. February cover was officially released on Wednesday, after it was leaked online the previous day.
Gossip website Love B. Scott reported that an unknown fan shared a photograph of the cover on Instagram that was quickly deleted, but the photo has already being circulated via social media and news outlets.
The superstar mom leaves little to the imagination in the magazine spread, where she poses in a cutoff shirt, red leopard print hot pants and a thick gold chain.
Other photos from the GQ article were also leaked and then officially released, including a snapshot of Beyoncé in a jumping pose, wearing a cutoff shirt with the number “82” on front, and a yellow bra underneath. Another photograph shows her in a black crop top and leopard print underwear.
It is unclear where the photos originated before the official release. The February issue of GQ will hit U.S. newsstands on next Tuesday, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Beyoncé has been on several GQ covers, dating back to 2007 when she posed for the February issue of GQ UK. She has also posed for the September 2008 issue of GQ Germany, the April 2009 issue of GQ Spain and again for the cover of GQ Germany in February 2011.
Check out Beyoncé's other GQ covers, some of which are considered among her most sexiest covers.