Love B. Scott
Love B. Scott
It looks like Rihanna is the cover girl for the February issue of Rolling Stone magazine.
The gossip website Love B. Scott shared images from the unreleased cover Tuesday, featuring an up-close beauty shot of the rambunctious singer, with flowing golden hair and sparkling eyes.
Thanks to the cropping of the image, headlines and information about the interview are lacking. But the photo, which features Rihanna with her middle finger up and her long manicured nail in her mouth, suggests that the Bajan beauty is maintaining her bad-girl image.
"Relentless pop juggernaut or poster child for bad choices? Rihanna doesn't want you to worry about her," reads the caption of the editorial written by Josh Eells.
Another clue that Rihanna is the February cover is in the top right corner of the magazine, detailing that it is issue 1176. The current January issue of Rolling Stone, featuring the cast of NBC sitcom "30 Rock," is issue 1175.
Rihanna's photo spread was captured by famed photographer Terry Richardson, who notably snapped the iconic images of Beyonce for the February issue of GQ magazine featuring her flawless post-baby body and a football theme indicative of her halftime show performance at the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Rihanna is still celebrating her first No. 1 debut album "Unapologetic" that released in November 2012, and is gearing up for her Diamonds World Tour that begins in March.
The singer also celebrates her 25th birthday Feb. 20.
Rolling Stone also gives a tidbit that Rihanna will soon be person of interest on its website.
Near the bottom left of the main page is a "Rihanna in Rolling Stone" section featuring stories about the singer, including her April 2011 cover interview with the magazine, where the then-fire-engine redhead posed in cutoff shorts and a tank top.
Other stories featured on the page cite Rihanna's $1.75 million donation to a Barbados hospital and her ongoing relationship drama with fellow singer Chris Brown.
Fionna Agomuoh is a Technology Reporter for the International Business Times, a vegan foodie, and a lover of Electric Dance Music.