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BEYONCE GETS SEXY FOR 'GQ'
Beyonce has been crowned the sexiest woman of the 21st century by GQ Magazine. The singer is showing off her curves on the cover of the February 2013 issue. Theybf.com posted a sneak peek of the cover -- where Beyonce rocked a cropped jersey top and red leopard panties.
Queen Bey is gearing up for a busy year. Next month, she is performing at the 2013 Superbowl halftime show, releasing new music and premiering a documentary about her life on HBO.
MARY J. BLIGE REVEALS HOW WHITNEY HOUSTON'S DEATH AFFECTED HER
Mary J. Blige has revealed that Whitney Houston's death helped her to stop drinking altogether. Mary said that after a long battle with alcoholism, she only drank socially -- or so she thought. She explained to Los Angeles Confidential, "The test comes when you have to decide whether you're drinking to be social or drinking to cover up something again. To cover up depression. To cover up guilt. Shame. Abandonment. All of that, man. Once I realized, 'There you go again,' I had to stop. Whitney Houston's death really affected me. Her death is another reason I stopped. I really do think I'm done. I looked at how that woman could not perform anymore."
Mary also opened up about being molested at five years old -- saying that it was one of the things led her to drugs and alcohol. She explained, "That one dark moment. It only happened once, but after that there was so much else in my childhood that happened. So many dark moments - which all added up and that's what sprung on the drug addiction, trying to numb it all with the drugs. The depression. The lack of love for myself. The lack of people loving you around you. The abandonment issues. Daddy not being there all the time. Mommy not knowing how to handle it all."
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