Lana Del Rey got men hot under the collar earlier this week in her raciest photoshoot yet after the singer bared all for GQ magazine. The Born To Die singer was named their woman of the year and in honour Lana has stripped down for their October issue.
But it seems the singer's decision to lose the clothes hasn't gone down too well with some fans. The provocative cover has now sparked debate online and has attracted criticism from online magazine Jezebel, who have labelled it as 'internalised sexism'.
Wearing nothing but sapphire jewels the 26-year-old pouts on the magazine's cover with her long hair tumbling down by her side, taken by her good friend photographer Mariano Vivanco.
Tinie Tempah, Robbie Williams, Mad Men actor John Slattery and James Corden also appear on the magazine's cover are dressed in suits, while Del Rey isn't wearing anything at all.
Lana Del Rey strips off for GQ mag (GQ)
On Tuesday night (September 4) Lana Del Rey turned heads at the celebrity-filled event as she debuted her new re-vamped hair.
The new makeover saw the 'Born To Die' singer change her brown hair to a dark black. Lana joined the like of Jessie J and Boy George, who presented her with the 'Woman Of The Year' award, at the bash.
Lana Del Rey looks uber glam at GQ bash (Wenn)
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