Washington (ANI): Former 'Playmate of the Year' Sara Jean Underwood has revealed that she felt very 'insecure' with nudity before posing for the glossy pages of the men's magazine. Underwood, 25, who shot to fame after she was named Playmate of the Year in 2007, is so at ease with her nudity now that she had a coveted role in the raunchy new flick 'Miss March'.
"It was scary for the first few times, it sounds so cliche but you just forget you're nude. They've had the same few photographers for forty, fifty years and there are only a couple of people on set and nobody is looking at the fact that you're nude," Fox News quoted her as saying.
"They are looking at the lights, the hair, the make-up, the wardrobe and just you forget you have no clothes on because nobody's even paying attention to that. So it was scary but as soon as the robe comes off you actually feel really comfortable. I was someone who was never comfortable with nudity, I was very insecure and really uncomfortable but I did it," she said.
And prior to exposing all to millions and millions of men across the world, Underwood had only ever flashed the flesh for her loved one. "I've only ever been nude in front of my boyfriend totally before Playboy, so that was a big step for me," she said.
"I'm from a really small town in Oregon with about 5,000 people. I've always done the right thing my whole life when I was going to school and college at Oregon State. I was bored and I just wanted to do something crazy, I wanted to feel alive and I've had the time of my life. I'm so glad I decided to do it," she added.