Monday, May 12, 2008
"Extra" caught up with Hugh Hefner at the Playboy Mansion last night as Jayde Nicole was honored as the 2008 Playmate of the Year.
In light of Miley Cyrus' Vanity Fair photo controversy, Hefner told "Extra" that he would be open to featuring the Disney star in his own magazine, given she was of legal age. He said, "Sure, she'd be welcomed in the magazine. Very pretty lady. And I think to make such a big to do over something as innocent as those photos, I think is a reflection on how schizophrenic America is about sexuality."
Hannah Montana teen sensation Miley Cyrus is these days recovering from the shock originating from the "embarrassing" photos under the lens of renowned photographer Annie Leibowitz for Vanity Fair magazine.
Apparently, the controversy made Hugh Hefner, the 82-year-old founder of Playboy, come up with an idea that lets Miley Cyrus pose for the men's magazine after she reaches the legal age, say 18 years old.
“She’d be welcomed in the magazine. Very pretty lady,” Hefner told the “Extra” show recently.
Responding to the 15-year-old Disney star's suggestive pictures during the interview, Mr. Hefner said, “I think to make such a big to do over something as innocent as those photos, I think is a reflection on how schizophrenic America is about sexuality.”
We guess Miley Cyrus will never accept that offer, as we don't think she would be the next Britney Spears or Lindsay Lohan.
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