Queen Beyonce strikes again. This time in Flaunt magazine where she strips down and bares that godlike body she has. The singer was photographed by Tony Duran. A few of the images she's covered in nothing but paint and tons of glitter.
She has give us a sit down where she talks about the critisicm of the Pepsi deal that she was apart of, being a gay icon, controlling her image, what bores her and more. Check out a few snippets from the interview and some of the stunning photos below.
A picnic planner is hoping to get lucky with his/her picnic companion. What’s in the picnic basket?A cozy blanket, red wine, fruit, ’90s R&B playing on my iPod. I don’t think you need much else.
Gay men are drawn to you and empowered by you, as they have been to “gay icons” Judy Garland, Barbra Streisand, Cher, and Madonna. What is it about you, and those women, that gay men love?I’m flattered if I’m in the company of those great women. I think they love that we are bold, unafraid to love, and flaunt our sexuality and strength.
Some were critical at your participating in a Pepsi campaign after you moved your body for childhood obesity. Where is the balance between your career objectives and your philanthropy?Pepsi is a brand I’ve grown up seeing my heroes collaborate with. The company respects musicians and artistry. I wouldn’t encourage any person, especially a child, to live life without balance. When you work out, take care of your body, rehearse as hard as I rehearsed in the commercial, I think it’s great to have a Pepsi or Diet Pepsi when you want one. It’s all about choices.
You have always carefully sculpted your image and controlled public access to your off-stage life. Is there anything to envy about stars who don’t care about safeguarding their private lives?I have chosen to keep certain aspects of my life private. But I also love sharing what makes me happy, especially through photography.
What’s boring to you?Lack of creativity.
Check out the full interview here.