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Nicki Minaj Pinked Out on Cover of ‘Wonderland’ Magazine

Nicki Minaj Pinked Out on Cover of ‘Wonderland’ Magazine

Nicki Minaj graces the cover of Wonderland Magazine which hits news stands Feb 2nd! She looks great as usual wearing a pink frock, lavender pout and glam eyelashes! She is also styled in a Prada dress and jacket from their car collection from the Spring/Summer 2012 RTW line. In her interview she discusses her different personalities, love for Barbie and her cooking skills! We can’t wait to see the other photos they release! The pop diva will also be launching a new album,Pink Friday:Roman Reloaded this Spring!

“Obviously what I would wear at home is not what I would wear up on stage and I think, when I’m at home it’s a way more introspective character and I think the person people see on stage is anything but,” she said (adding she watches a lot of Judge Judy and cooks “really good”). 

On her real life and stage persona: “Oh they’re definitely two completely different people. Obviously what I would wear at home is not what I would wear up on stage and I think, when I’m at home it’s a way more introspective character and I think the person people see on stage is anything but. I watch a lot of Judge Judy. And I watch a lot of Forensic Files. And I cook ‘ I cook spaghetti really, really good; I cook macaroni and cheese really, really good; I cook chicken really, really good.”

On her Barbie obsession: “I feel like Barbie is great because it doesn’t only focus on beauty – you have Barbies that work, they have tons of different jobs now. And they come in different shades, which I love, and different hairstyles. So I think that they’ve gotten to the point where they’re making girls feel like it’s OK not to look like or be like the traditional Barbie. Now in terms of a body image, even male action figure dolls are cut up more than the average man ‘ it’s just how people make dolls!”

On her love of London: “I was born in London in my past life, no one can tell me different. I probably was like a queen in London, I was probably the people’s queen that fought for lives … and I probably started off as a maid and then was just, like, really revolutionary and moved all my [Barbies] into the big queen mansion.”
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