Naya Rivera Rolling Stone Cover: See The Sexy PicBy: Tobias Roth - November 7, 2013
Naya Rivera, an actress who has come to be known primarily through her work in Glee, has made her presence known even more mainstream for those who read Rolling Stone. She is on the cover of the December issue, and posing a sexy pose as she makes the Latin Hot List of 2013.
The actress and singer displayed her body for everyone to see in a black body suit that showed off her long, bare legs. She was photographed for the magazine by the famed photographer Terry Richardson. The issue hits the stands on November 8th, showing Rivera completely out of character from where audiences are used to seeing her in Glee.
In addition to being an actress on Glee, Rivera is also a singer and is currently working on her debut album. She recently got engaged to her boyfriend Big Sean in October, only six months after going public with their relationship.
The 26-year-old actress makes the Latin hot list as someone who is half-Puerto Rican, quarter African American, and quarter German. The issue features her talking about her budding musical career and what drove her to become a singer. In the magazine, she explains “It took a long time to figure out where I wanted to go musically.” She released her first single off of the album over the summer, titled “Sorry” with Big Sean.
As Naya Rivera discusses during the issue, she insisted that Columbia records release the single over the summer instead of waiting for the album to be done because it is a summer song, and she wanted it on the air before the end of the summer.
She also hilariously met her husband-to-be over twitter, exchanging messages for a while before they officially met and had a dinner together. Big Sean jokes to E News when saying “We definitely need to do like a commercial for Match.com or something like that.We’re like social networkers.”
Naya Rivera, the young beauty who plays the lesbian cheerleader Santana Lopez on Glee, has branched out and shown off her long legs to fans in the new cover issue of Rolling Stone.