Curvy Cover Stars
Magazines are trying to add some curves to their cover girls. Click through to see who is proud of their own curves. No added roundness needed here!
The British singing sensation has lost some weight since bursting on the scene in 2010, but she never lost her famous curves.
The "Mad Men" star gives sexy curves a whole new meaning on the cover of New York mag in Feb. 2010.
“It might sound silly,” she says. “But I didn’t realize I was so different. I was just oblivious. Sometimes I would go on an audition and someone would say something like, Girl, you’re refreshing! That was it.”
Stacey didn't show off her curves in "Clueless," the movie that made her famous. But in order to gain back some popularity, she posed for King magazine in June 2011.
This shot ought a do it.
Beyonce helped get the curvy gal ball rolling with this March 2004 cover of Rolling Stone.
The singing sensation topped the list of InSyle's Makeover of the year and graced the Aug. 2010 cover. She famously went from a size 16 to a size six in 2010, but she said she'll never lose her curves.
"I don’t want to lose any more weight," she says. "You’re never going to see me skinny. I think this is a good, natural size for me."
The "Fast Five" star has long said that Cindy Crawford was her role model, but Cindy's got nothing on her curves.
The "Wide Awake" singer started off as a gospel singer, but her body is more pop rock than gospel.
The mom of two has always been proud of her curves.
Case in point: She posed nude for Life & Style magazine when she was pregnant with twins!
Being beautiful is "part of my job," the mother of two has told PEOPLE. "I don't want anybody thinking it's easy. It does take time and it's hard work."
She show off all her hard work on the cover of the UK edition of Glamour mag in June 2012.
There are two things Kim Kardashian is famous for - her reality show and her bootyful curves.
"I've always accepted my body," she tells the Australia edition of InStyle in Oct. 2011. "If you don't have fun and go with it you'd be miserable, always trying to change into something you're not."
The "Grey's Anatomy" star poses in her undies for the Feb. 2011 issue of Latina mag.
She told that mag that she's done over-analyzing herself. “There’s a whole list of things you could worry about," she says. "Are you skinny enough? Talented enough? In all kinds of ways, I used to be really, really hard on myself.”
In order to promote her movie, "We Bought a Zoo" in 2011, Scarlett did an S&M sort of shoot for Interview magazine.
Why, you ask? Because she knows that her body is what drives fans to the theater.
Some of the curvy-girl covergirl trend setters.