Emily Ratajkowski Sizzles In New GQ Shoot, Says Dancing Nude In Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' Video Was 'Silly'
October 19th, 2013 6:31pm EDT
Emily Ratajkowski may not be a household name just yet, but anyone who's seen the video for Robin Thicke's summer smash "Blurred Lines" knows exactly who she is.
The sexy model appeared topless in the video, causing YouTube to pull it after deeming it too racy. The site had a change of heart shortly after, allowing the video to be viewed with an age restriction.
Now Emily is showing her sexy curves once again on the pages of the November issue of GQ magazine.
Emily, who GQ calls the "real star" of Thicke's video, was photographed by famed celebrity photographer Terry Richardson for the magazine, and discussed the first time she saw the "Blurred Lines" video.
"When I first saw the video, I was like, Oh, Jesus Christ, I'm so naked," she tells the magazine. "Not just naked, but so revealed.
"It was my personality. There was no glamour involved. I was just silly and playful and kind of ridiculous -- a big dork. And I only let my best friends see that. Or if I've had a couple of cocktails."
Emily's not just a pretty face, though. She made her television debut on Nickelodeon's iCarly in 2009 before turning heads opposite Playboy Playmate Sara Underwood in one of burger chain Carl's Jr.'s sexy ads.
She was recently cast opposite Ben Affleck in director David Fincher's upcoming adaptation of bestseller "Gone Girl".
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