Taylor Swift’s First Ever ‘GQ’ Cover: Calvin Harris Feels ‘Lucky’

News about Taylor Swift’s GQ sexy cover has been circulating since Wednesday night. It looks like it leaked a week early since fans somehow got a hold of the super hot cover. Some of them didn’t believe that the “Wildest Dreams” singer would grace the cover of the sexy men’s magazine but the rumors are true.

Taylor Swift is gracing the cover of GQ magazine for the very first time. The 25-year-old singer is showing a different side of herself. It’s also the first time that she’s posing in a bikini. Well, sort of. Swift wears a curve-hugging nude tank dress over a black string bikini, so you can’t see any of the singer’s bits. Not even her belly button. Swift also rocks her blonde bob in beachy waves, kind of similar to her NME Magazine cover that was unveiled on Wednesday.

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So, how does DJ Calvin Harris feel about his girlfriend’s sexy GQ cover? He feels like the luckiest man in the world, according to a new report on the Hollywood Life. He took to Twitter on Thursday to prove that he’s still very much smitten with Taylor, despite what the rumors say. Although he didn’t retweet or tweet his feelings, it’s clear how he feels about the country-turned-pop singer in a tweet he faved with the caption, “When @calvinharris is a lucky dude.”

It was previously reported via the Inquisitr that Swift and Harris have been keeping their romance low-key after going public with their relationship at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards and on social media. But according to several reports, the couple known as “Tayvin” have been shying away from both social media and the paparazzi to halt the marriage and split rumors. But that hasn’t stopped Swift’s fans from worrying about the state of her relationship, especially since its her first ever serious relationship, and the very first one she’s showed off on social media.

But it looks like Taylor is aware that she’s overexposed these days. She told NME Magazine that she plans to take a long break from music and thinks that her own fans “need a break” from her, as well. It could be the reason why she’s been silent on social media except when it comes to talking about her 1989 World Tour.

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It’s nice to see Taylor Swift is embracing her sexier side. She ditched her crop tops and skater skirts, retro dresses, and signature red lipstick for her steamy GQ cover for the November 2015 issue of the men’s magazine. Swift’s last sexy photo shoot was for the September 2015 issue of Vanity Fair where she flashed some major leg and cleavage inside the pages of the magazine. It looks like Swift is finally feeling comfortable with her sexuality, as she grows up in the public eye. If you go to the GQ source, the publication hints that the shoot includes the singer posing on the beach in Malibu. It’ll be interesting to see if Swift will strip down to an itsy bitsy bikini, or if she’ll pose in a modest style swimsuit instead.

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In addition to her highly anticipated sexy photo shoot, the interview will be Kanye West-centric and “Tay-tanic,” whatever that means. There’s also a short summary of what fans can expect from writer Chuck Klosterman’s interview with the biggest pop star in the world.

“If you don’t take Swift seriously, you don’t take contemporary music seriously…There’s simply no antecedent for this kind of career: a cross-genre, youth-oriented, critically acclaimed colossus based entirely on the intuitive songwriting merits of a single female artist. It’s as if mid-period Garth Brooks was also early Liz Phair, minus the hat and the swearing. As a phenomenon, it’s absolutely new.”

Unfortunately, you will have to wait for the full interview and photo shoot to come out next week.

What are your thoughts on Taylor Swift’s GQ magazine cover? Do you agree that Calvin Harris is a “lucky dude”? Sound off below in the comments section.

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