Megan Thee Stallion gave fans a rare sneak peek at what a fashion photoshoot can entail. Starring in the Savage X Fenty holiday 2020 campaign, Megan recently shared a post-photoshoot video, which captured the moves and music of her day on set.
After Savage X Fenty shared the finished photo, and naturally crowned Megan with her rightful place on this year’s Hotties List, the rapper unveiled her take on what went down.
In the BTS video, Megan is seated on a chair in a gold room, and you can hear as the photographer and those on set shout out encouraging words and direction.
Wearing the bright red Savage Not Sorry set, Megan poses in a few different ways.
The video doesn’t capture the moment when the star strikes the photo-worthy pose used of the final shot, but you can watch the star work through a number of options.
As for the music that inspired her Savage X Fenty shoot, the BTS video does contain a snippet of “WAP”, which is undeniably the song of 2020.
Megan was named as the newest Savage X Fenty face over the summer, and since then, she’s starred in the accompanying summer 2020 campaign, curated a special holiday gift guide, and appeared in other photos from the holiday shoot.
Touching on her Savage X Fenty role in conversation with Harper’s Bazaar earlier this year, Megan shared her thoughts on Rihanna’s lingerie line, saying, “I’m so excited to work with a brand that embodies diversity and celebrates women in all their glory.
“In my Savage X Fenty, I feel sexy, comfortable and confident. We want all the hotties around the world to feel good about themselves exactly as they are.”
This likely won’t be the last time fans see Megan starring in a major fashion campaign.
She’s been continually working in various facets of style, unveiling a collection for Fashion Nova, and appearing as the new face of Revlon.
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