Janelle Monáe frees the nipple in wet T-shirt while teasing new music
Janelle Monáe shows off her sequined Met Gala bikini from every angle
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Janelle Monáe strips down to sequined bikini on Met Gala red carpet
Skin is in for Janelle Monáe.
The singer, 37, is seen swimming topless underwater in the cover artwork for her latest album, “The Age of Pleasure,” released Friday via social media.
“The Age of Pleasure. 6/9,” she captioned the racy image, in which Monáe’s nipples are notably pixelated.
She added, “(the clean virgin).”
Hours after releasing lead single “Lipstick Lover,” Monáe seemingly teased the photo in a Thursday tweet, writing, “Titties out for the next 15 years.”
In the comments section of her Instagram post, the musician’s followers expressed plenty of praise for the sexy shot.
“Girl you look amazing,” one wrote, while another enthused, “Sexy looks good on you!”
Monáe has been leaning into a more sensual look as of late. On Wednesday, she sent fans into a frenzy after posting a NSFW video of herself emerging from a pool wearing a wet, white T-shirt.
Monáe wore the see-through top — which read “PLEASURE” on the chest — with a pair of tiny Champion shorts, showing off her toned frame.
“💄❤️🔥💋 tomm,” she captioned the clip on Instagram, promoting “Lipstick Lover.”
The “Hidden Figures” star — who was once known for her conservative style — recently flaunted her fit physique at the 2023 Met Gala.
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While walking the red carpet, Monáe stripped down into a pearl-embellished bikini beneath her see-through dress.
Later, she showed off her outfit from every angle while dancing on tables at an afterparty for fashion’s biggest night.
The performer — whose “Lipstick Lover” music video includes scenes involving sex toys and masturbation — explained this week that the project is representative of her current state of mind.
“Don’t let it get confused that five minutes later, we’re going to try to go into doing something different,” she told Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe.
“And again, this is just my experience where I’m at, even though, despite what I may be going through, there’s going to be a moment where this bad moment, I won’t even be around to even discuss it,” Monáe elaborated. “I won’t.”
“The Age of Pleasure” is available June 9.
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