Eliza Doolittle has admitted that she is a ''free, naked wild-child'' and would pose topless for a photoshoot.
Eliza Doolittle is a ''free, naked wild-child''.
The 26-year-old pop star is so comfortable in her own skin that she rarely wears a bra and admits she would happily pose naked for an artistic photoshoot.
She exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''I don't really wear my bra too much. Sometimes I do. If I feel like my back hurts, I'll wear a bra, otherwise I'm about being a free, naked wild-child.
''I'm quite a free spirit. I've not posed naked for a magazine before, but that's not because I'm against it or anything. I just haven't yet.
''I think you have to just do what you feel comfortable with doing. I would always just do whatever I felt comfortable doing as long as it wasn't trashy.''
Proving to be quite a feminist, the 'Pack Up' singer doesn't like how the female body is oversexualised.
She ranted: ''I don't like how women's bodies are Page 3 news. I just don't think that's big news. Women's bodies are women's bodies and that's that. And I love to see beautiful, the female form in great art and great photography.''
When asked if she supported the cause, she laughed: ''I haven't read much about that but I mean, just the title of it. Definitely!''
Eliza performed an exclusive set at Argos' new digital store at 216-217 Tottenham Court Road in London on Sunday (27.07.14).
The singer serenaded a select crowd with songs such as 'Big When I Was Little' and 'Let It Rain' to mark the launch of the store.
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