Taylor Momsen says she would consider posing nude for Playboy if an offer was presented to me.
Taylor Momsen has hinted she would pose naked for Playboy.
The Pretty Reckless singer - who shows off her nude butt on the front cover of the band's new album 'Going To Hell', which is available now - insists she would be happy to listen to offers from Hugh Hefner's famous magazine but insists the shoot would have to have a ''purpose'' to it.
She told BANG Showbiz: ''It's not something I'm pursuing. It would have to depend on a lot of factors [but] I don't rule anything out until it hits me in the face.
''It would depend on the shoot and if there was a purpose for it. I've done FHM and Maxim. FHM was based on the 'My Medicine' video and the Maxim shoot was a take on the rock and roll lifestyle of New York City. Everything has to have a story behind it, not just, 'Taylor getting naked again'.''
The 20-year-old star appears naked in the video for her band's single 'Heaven Knows' and she made the decision to take off her clothes for the promo because she wanted to create a live action version of the LP cover, which she describes as a ''beautiful, iconic and artistic photograph''.
Speaking about the motivation for the album cover and the video, Taylor said: ''I think people took the nudity to kind of an extreme, my point of nudity was to make it simple and striking, with the arrow, which is the symbol for 'Going To Hell'.
''The shot is so quick, it's not the point of the video ... you have to look past me to what is being played on the television [next to me].''
Taylor also isn't keen on being compared to Miley Cyrus, who appeared naked in the video for her single 'Wrecking Ball'.
She explained: ''I think the comparison [between me and Miley] is so silly, because what we do is so different. I wasn't aiming to shock, I was aiming to create a beautiful image. I think every artist is different and whatever works for you works for you ... it's clearly working for her.''
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