After having her fragrance named the top-selling celebrity scent in the world recently, Beyoncé can now add another reason for why she's at the top of her game.
Looking positively royal, Queen Bey's appearance on the March cover of Vogue is the magazine's top-selling issue of the year so far, Women's Wear Daily (WWD) reported, even outselling First Lady Michelle Obama's exclusive interview in April (355,397 to 293,798 copies, respectively).
Also leading the pack is Kim Kardashian. Her April Cosmopolitan cover, featuring the reality TV star in a sexy crop top and shorts, is the magazine's top-selling cover so far this year, pushing more than 1 million units. It's been a while since we've seen Kim K. in the public eye, but we can venture to guess that her first magazine interview post-baby will be just as popular.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, however, is Nicki Minaj, who earlier this year debuted a more fresh-faced look on the cover of Elle in April and Teen Vogue in June/July. While we are loving her natural glow, WWD reports that the MC sold the second fewest number of copies for both magazines this year.
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(Photos courtesy of: Vogue Magazine; Cosmopolitan Magazine)
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