No, that's not Kim Kardashian on the cover of Latina. It's Naya Rivera, looking like Kimmy's twin, thanks to the pouty nude lips, long and thick wavy locks and spidery eyelashes. The resemblance is uncanny.

The issue, on stands Sept. 10, finds the 'Glee' star, who's launching her solo singing career with her controversial diss track 'Sorry,' donning a leather bra-top and green skirt.

In the feature, she addressed a variety of topics, such as how the 'Glee' cast is still reeling from the death of Cory Monteith, saying, "We’re definitely taking it day by day. Everybody's really just leaning on each other and trying to do good work."

Rivera also detailed how she deals with her public relationship with rapper Big Sean, saying, "We know so many who are in the public eye dating somebody, and they're going in through back entrances and won't make eye contact with each other. That's just not us.”

Atta girl!

Serious topics, like her mixed-raced heritage came up, where she said she fell through the casting cracks since "I wasn't black enough, or Latina enough."

Rivera also loves her status as an LGBT icon, since "there are very few ethnic LGBT characters on television, so I am honored to represent them. I love supporting this cause, but it's a big responsibility, and sometimes it's a lot of pressure on me."

That sort of icon status is definitely insanely pressurized, but we know Rivera can handle it.