Katy Perry covers the November issue of W. But it's not just Perry. It's Perry and her cleavage and her bodacious boobies. So it's all three of them gracing the cover. There's also a second, face-focused cover, pictured below.

The singer is famous for her voluptuous curves and she lets them take center stage. Why hide 'em, right?

Wearing a low-cut, bedazzled white dress with a tank shape, Perry's girls cannot and will not be contained. Meanwhile, we cannot stop looking at them.

Perry is the poster girl for well-endowed girls everywhere.

Perry's icy blue eyes are also a focal point of the image, as she stares seductively ahead. She's also wearing a simple pearl necklace, but we really keep our gaze focused below the neck.

It's the mag's global style issue and with Perry ditching her candy-coated image in favor of a more real world but just as striking look, it's no wonder she nabbed the cover of the high-end style bible...twice.

The second image finds Perry doing a modern update of Old Hollywood glam in a fuzzy pink sweater with thick, cat-eyed liner, paired with pale, pouty pink lips.

In the feature, Perry spoke about her relationship with God, having grown up in a fundamentalist household. It keeps her grounded and prevents her from running amok, saying, "I try and keep my connection with the G-O-D or with a power that’s bigger than me. It’s important—otherwise, you don’t have any kind of accountability. If you think, 'Hey, at the end of it all I am just going to be dust, or I have no soul or whatever, why not just be a menace to society?' For me, accountability works."

She also revealed she has been crushin' on her BF John Mayer for quite some time, saying, "I actually am dating my crush. I had a crush on him for a long time, and it just so happens we fit together great."

Despite enduring a painful divorce from Russell Brand, Perry doesn't regret taking the plunge with him. "Of course. I really loved it," she declared when asked if she liked being married. "It was a new, fun, exciting journey. But I like how I am now, and I think all things happen for a reason."