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Thursday 30 July 2015

Rosario Dawson: I knew I'd be famous

Published 18/04/2013 | 10:32

Rosario Dawson
Rosario Dawson

Rosario Dawson always thought she'd be a star as she had body confidence from a young age.

The actress stars in a sultry photoshoot for men's magazine GQ where she shows off her striking looks and curvy figure.

When asked to describe the moment she knew she could be famous, the outspoken star didn't hesitate with her response.

"[As a teen], I took a picture with my friend in a bikini," she recalled. "Around then, I didn't have it because I didn't want it. But I fit the clothes well, you know?"

The sassy 33-year-old poses in a variety of hotpants and embellished shorts for the racy photoshoot.

Rosario shows off her long tanned limbs perfectly while modelling the swimwear and loungewear as she is seen sprawled on a leather sofa in one image and standing against a wall in another.

The brunette beauty also reveals a modern and edgy new haircut for GQ.

The half-shaved head that is long on one side is similar to the look sported by Rihanna recently.

The star discussed how confident she is with her looks during an interview with British newspaper The Guardian earlier this year.

She used to think being attractive was a hindrance for her career, but she has learnt to embrace it as she has got older.

"I've tried to fight against it [her beauty]. Looks are fleeting, you know?" Rosario explained. "Your face can change, or something could happen to me. And I don't want to feel like that's all I have to give, because that would be very fragile."

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