Bella Thorne bared it all in the cover of GQ Mexico. The actress features the cover story of the magazine which subject is her coming of age. Earlier this week, Bella starred in the new video of Liam Payne, ‘Bedroom Floor,’ in which she deals with infidelity and bares it all once more.
Bella Thorne celebrated her adulthood with this spicy shoot
Bella Thorne took her usual social media posts style and took them to the latest cover of GQ Magazine Mexico, where she left almost nothing to the imagination.The actress posed in front of a gigantic mirror wearing nothing but thongs and suspender.
Jewelry and killer heels were also part of the photoshoot that was previously teased by Thorne via social media. In October, she published a picture from the shoot and revealed she’d specifically asked for it not to be re-touched in production.
“Lemme tell you I have insecurities, about pretty much everything,” she said.
“You might look at this photo and think oh shush Bella, but just know every time someone looks in the mirror they simply don’t see what everyone else sees. Know that it’s completely normal to feel insecure and it’s accepted.”
“Honestly I wish everyone talked more about their insecurities so more people in the world could know they aren’t alone,” she shared. “I’m here to tell you that’s right I’m not F****** PERFECT. I’M A HUMAN BEING AND I’M REAL,” she concluded.
Liam Payne’s ‘Bedroom Floor’
Bella Thorne dealt with infidelity in Liam Payne‘s latest video, ‘Bedroom Floor’ that debuted earlier this week. The video was directed by Declan Whitebloom and shot in Los Angeles, and marks Payne’s second visual for his new album. It features Thorne as part of a rocky stranded relationship with a boy. The video shows how they come back and forth in their relationship filled with infidelity, parties, and more.
Liam Payne also takes part in the video as some kind of conscious for the actress. Thorne previously teased her appearance in the video by taking to her Instagram last week. She posted an image of herself with the United Kingdom singer.
The song was written by Charlie Puth, Noel Zancanella, J Kash, Ammar Malik, Aaron Jennings and Steve Mac – and is the acclaimed songwriter who co-wrote Liam’s debut single, ‘Strip That Down’.
‘Bedroom Floor’ is the latest single from Payne’s forthcoming solo debut album, ‘Flicker’, which dropped October 20.