Lauren Jauregui Shares Provocative, Classically Inspired 'More Than That' Single Art
The single is due out on Friday (Jan. 11).
Lauren Jauregui wasn't kidding when she said her fans are "gonna scream" when they see the cover of her upcoming single "More Than That." The former Fifth Harmony star unveiled the classically inspired image on Tuesday (Jan. 8), which finds her laying in a bad of impressionistic flowers, her hair flowing behind her, with one arm covering her bare chest and the other provocatively placed further down, hovering over her gauzy skirt.
The LJ nation was not disappointed, with more than 75,000 liking the image and 7,000+ commenting on the image that resembles Italian artist Sandro Botticelli's iconic 15th century painting The Birth of Venus, including Kehlani, who asked if she could have a copy of the painting.
wow can i have this as a painting dude— Kehlani (@Kehlani) January 8, 2019
Lauren Botticelli pic.twitter.com/Ag18r0bWNy— YessAlig (@JessSM15) January 8, 2019
DEAD -- so gorgeous!!— RUUMER (@RUUMER) January 8, 2019
THIS COVER OMG YOU ARE JOKING— Internet Mom Frax (@ashleyippolito) January 8, 2019
so ariana was completely right when she said that god is a woman...— Emy -- (@hwylmilas) January 8, 2019
LAUREN- pic.twitter.com/wc66Ub2lEp— shey • MORE THAN THAT (@laurmilabloom) January 8, 2019
"More Than That," the follow-up to Jauregui's debut solo single, 2018's "Expectations," is due out on Friday (Jan. 11). You can pre-save the song here and check out a live performance of "More Than That" from MTV's 2018 Election Afterparty below.