Tulisa has split the nation in half with her urban roots and say-it-how-it-is approach to judging the X Factor, but now the singer has been the star of a photoshoot that aims to win the hearts of everyone.
The 24-year-old former N-Dubz singer, who is usually renowned for her urban-meets-tacky style on the talent show, cut a sophisticated yet raunchy image in her best shoot yet for Sheer magazine.
Tulisa sizzles in a leather pencil skirt and patent leather jacket for her steamy shoot - Sheer
Tulisa sizzled in the sultry black and white photoshoot in a selection of revealing outfits, wearing slimming black attire that flattered her figure beautifully along with a good old pouting session to spice things up even more.
Ms Contostavlos claims she's 'no model' as she strikes a few Vogue-esque poses - Sheer
Wearing a pencil leather skirt showing off her midriff with a bralet and cropped patent leather jacket in one shot, Tulisa stunned as she added a pair of leather gloves to edge up the outfit even more with her hair slicked back in a wet look androgynous style.
In another snap, the 'Live It Up' solo artist flaunts her slender legs in a sexy semi sheer gown featuring feather panelling, showing off her racy side with a pair of stockings visible underneath.
Tulisa channels her classy side with a netted hat & high-neck dress for the cover - Sheer
Describing herself as no model, Tulisa told the publication: ''I like the images, but I hate having to stand still. I like to move around a lot and be active. Being quiet and still is a challenge for me!''
''I’m learning as I go along, I’m no model but I am getting better at posing,'' she continued.
Tulisa would rather brush of criticism for her style rather than change it - Sheer
But when it comes to her sometimes questionable outfit choices on the X Factor, Tulisa would rather brush the criticism off than improve aim to improve her fashion sense, or simply sack a stylist or two.
''No – that side of things really doesn’t bother me. I’ve always said that I see fashion as a form of self-expression in the same way I do through music.''
''It’s not something I worry about, I don’t care what people think of my clothes, as long as I’m happy with what I’m wearing that is all that matters,'' she added.
''I’ve always been criticised in the press so it’s nothing new I just brush it off,'' she continued. Well if you kept dressing like this, no one would criticise you, Tulisa!