"I think I'm happy with about three of those shots, and I would very happily use some of them as the front cover for my record," News.com.au quoted her as saying. “But there are some in there that I look at them and I don't see how they related to me in any way," Cilmi added.
But she said she had learnt from the experience and wouldn't make the same mistake again. "Would I do it again? I don't think so. I guess you learn not to get caught up in the same stuff, you learn for next time. I don't regret it, but I wouldn't do it again."
“They've given me bigger boobs than I have anyway. So, I guess you get like a free boob job or something. I don't know what that's supposed to mean. I look at them and I laugh at them, because I know that they're not very representative of me, and who I am as a person, and what my music's about," she added.
Melbourne (ANI): Australian singer Gabriella Cilmi is upset about her recent photo shoot for a men"s magazine. The 'Sweet About Me" singer, 18, posed for a series of lingerie and topless shots for UK FHM magazine's May 2010 issue. But Cilmi said she was not happy with the results.