Robin Thicke 'Blurred Lines' [Video] Unrated Model 'Good Girl' Emily Ratajkowski Oozes Sexy When Baring All For GQ Magazine [PICS/FOOTAGE]
By Staff Writer | June 25, 2013 10:59 PM EDT
Still gaining major notoriety for practically going nude in Robin Thicke's explicitly unrated video for "Blurred Lines" that was banned from YouTube, model Emily Ratajkowski makes stripping all the way down for GQ magazine's July/August 2013 issue her next career move.
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The British American model was accompanied by two other topless beauties (Jessi Mi'Bengue and Elle Evans) when appearing in the scandalous video that also featured hit makers like T.I. and Pharrell.
However, Emily, who lives between California and New York, stole the show as rumors began to surface questioning how natural her teats are. She addressed those rumors via Twitter.
For those meanies that insist I have had a boob job, here I am at 14 sooooo pic.twitter.com/MMZZvAMr
— Emily Ratajkowski (@realemrata) January 11, 2013
Now, the 21-year-old is really setting the record straight by leaving nothing to the imagination in the upcoming issue of GQ. In her GQ spread with renown photographer Tony Kelly, who shot people like Kate Upton and Bruno Mars, the Ford model has a variety of looks. In one capture she has topless fun with her balloons while wearing colorful metallic boy shorts and a silver hat. In another Emily pops champagne in a huge cocktail glass wearing nothing but sexy black lingerie. Then she upped the ante when posing on top of a massive birthday cake with just thigh high laced up neon yellow boots. Oh, and the snapshot of her being carried by a group of men while she appears with her bottom privates exposed cannot be forgotten.
The "Blurred Lines" unrated video debuted on YouTube in March and received over 1 million views before it was banned. Daily Mail reported that in an interview, Thicke admitted to only doing the video if his wife was cool with it.
"Obviously if she didn't like it, I wouldn't put it out," he said.
The 36-year-old singer said his video director Diane Martel came up with the nudity idea.
"As long as it's fun and the girls are comfortable, let's do something silly," Thicke said. "Let's take some chances."
The gamble was worth it for all participants, but for Emily it was her big break. Her previous work includes campaigns for Forever 21, Nordstorms, swimwear and lingerie clientele, and working with infamous photographer Tony Duran. There is a possibility that these same photos that will appear in the American GQ has already been seen in Turkey GQ since she graced the cover of the foreign publication in March.
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