Lupita Nyong'o Dazzles On Her Second Vogue Cover

The charming Lupita Nyong'o steals our hearts (again) in her second Vogue cover. 

Lupita Nyong'o captured the world's steadfast attention last year for her gripping portrayal of Patsy in the critically-acclaimed film "12 Years A Slave," for which she won her first Academy Award — the first African woman to ever do so.

Now, the Mexican-born, Kenyan actress is making her rounds promoting her upcoming films, including the highly-anticipated "Star Wars: Episode VII," out in December.


Nyong'o chatted with Vogue about her newfound love for couture, her upcoming projects, and revealed some fascinating facts and hidden talents in the publication's prerequisite "73 Questions" feature.

The Kenyan beauty also showed off her trilingual skills in the video and recited her favorite rap lyrics.

She also revealed the one woman she'd like to share her favorite beverage (pineapple juice) with — hint: she's a MAKER!

Watch the full video below. 

See her full cover story here.

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