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Brown Eyed Girls Gain Speaks about 'Gentleman' MV 'Sexual Imagery Stressful'

By Richard Lee | May 23, 2013 07:29 AM EDT

Gain Speaks about ‘Gentleman’ MV ‘Sexual Imagery Stressful’
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Brown Eyed Girls Gain revealed her thoughts about featuring in Psy's "Gentleman" music video. In particular, some of the sexual imagery present in the music video was so troubling that she suffered a lot of stress for quite some time following the release of the music video.

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"The part where I eat the fish cake on a skewer was what got me the most. Most people were okay with the R-rated comic effect but I myself had a lot of trouble with it. For a while, I could not eat anything long like that, corn dogs and such," Gain said.

She also added, "There was a scene where I dance with my hands on a pillar. People were looking at me funny even from afar. I was so embarrassed throughout the shoot."

She shared a secret to her lean figure. She regularly practices pole dance and says that is what shaped her body in a toned figure.

 

 

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