Since Natalie Imbruglia’s much-hated “bikini days” as a teenage actress on ‘Neighbours’, she has had an aversion to exposing much flesh. “I think it’s sad that women feel pressure to strip off just to get on the cover of a magazine,” she tells the Telegraph. “I don’t want to be on the cover of a magazine if I have to take my clothes off. I don’t think it’s more sexy, either. When you see so many cleavages and women with their legs spread, it desensitises you and it just becomes quite vulgar. If I was more confident of myself in that way, maybe I’d flaunt it. But it’s not who I am.” Read more.
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