5 Celebrities Who Will Never Pose for Nude Photos

Not willing to take off their clothes just to please magazines, these 5 celebrities say you won’t find them stripping off just just the cash. Believing they don’t need to get naked just to get ahead or land a cover image, these stars have turned down offers from Playboy and walked away from photo shoots because they’re against showing everything on camera. While some may be known for loving their bodies and flaunting their figures, they still want to keep their dignity and won’t be paid to get naked.


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Rihanna won’t be paid to take her clothes off: “If I’m gonna take my clothes off, it has to be in a classy way and my will, not a cheque. I wouldn’t take any money to do that. I got a few offers to do Playboy actually. They want to pay you to be naked on the cover.”

Kelly Osbourne
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Kelly has been asked to do Playboy but keeps saying no: “It was the second time they have asked and respectfully I declined, as I don’t feel it’s the right thing for me. I know if I ever decided to do something like that I’d want it to be tasteful and done very beautifully. But still I turned it down – I wouldn’t want my father or (my) brother Jack to open up a magazine and see me naked!”

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Beyonce won’t get naked to get ahead: “Every photographer wants to be the first one who talks Beyonce out of her clothes. It’s prestigious for him if I expose a nipple. People test you to see how far they can go. They exert pressure on me. Man, if I had a dollar for every time that kind of guy says, ‘You’ll only get the cover if you take off your pants’, I’d be a rich woman. When they make those kinds of demands, I leave. Goodbye. I want to be respected and remembered for my talent in the first place, not for my booty.”

Helena Christensen
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Helena isn’t shy about her body but won’t do nudity:  “I have no problem showing my body. But I want the nudity to be in a subtle way (sic) because my gran is still alive. I want to keep her alive for another 15 years, I don’t want her to get a shock.”

Taylor Swift
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Taylor won’t be convinced to strip off: ”I find it relatively easy to keep my clothes on because I don’t really feel like taking them off. It’s not an urge I have. For me ‘risky’ is revealing what really happened in my life through music. Risky is writing confessional songs and telling the true story about a person with enough details so everyone knows who that person is. That’s putting myself out there, maybe even more than taking my shirt off.”

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