Naya Rivera is breaking bad in “Rolling Stone” magazine’s newest issue, which hits stands on Friday.
Rivera plays the little-bit-bad, little-bit-good former cheerleader, Santana Lopez, on Fox’s “Glee,” and for the magazine’s Latin Hot List 2013 issue, she stripped down to a bodysuit to show off her long legs.
The 26-year-old, who is featured on the flip cover (the issue also pays tribute to the late Lou Reed), dishes about the show and her ambitions to hit the top of the pop charts.
“It took a long time to figure out where I wanted to go musically,” Lopez told the magazine about her almost-finished debut album.
Rivera says she insisted that her label release the single “Sorry” this summer. She recalls saying, “This is what I’m doing. Get on or get off. I think this is a summer song, and I want it on the radio by the end of the summer.”
Rivera tweeted a preview of the cover, along with the message, “Mami was a rolling stone…!!!”
Elsewhere in the issue, the magazine features Bronx-bred international DJs the Martinez Brothers, novelist Daniel Alarcón, pop singer Becky G, restaurateur and taco master Danny Mena, Latin Grammy Award-winner Draco Rosa, Alfonso Cuarón’s son and “Gravity” co-writer, Jonás, and the 11-piece Brooklyn band, Williamsburg Salsa Orchestra.