Kelly Brook, former sexiest women has dared by stripping off to her underwear and playfully posing on a bed for the cover page of current issue of the FHM magazine. "I can be a bit nasty in real life," she says and does it in style.
Kelly who is interviewed by Keith Lemon for FHM, have revealed her entirely confident inner-side while taking at length on different issues.
She is also playing role of a femme fatale in comedy Keith Lemon: she admits that film characters are related to her in real life.
When questioned whether she likes being known as bimbo, she aggressively hit back saying ultimately one needs to go with it. 'I just roll with it. If you fight against stuff all of the time, you're going to make yourself miserable,' she retaliated.
Revealing her seasoned side, she said: 'Ultimately you just go with it, don’t you? 'So if someone says "Right, you're going to be the smiley, girly, booby girl". You go "Okay, yes. I'm going to be that and see where that takes you." And so far it has taken me all over the world, I can wake up smiling and go to bed without driving myself mad thinking "I wanna be taken seriously"'.
The model vehemently denying charges that she is gold digger, saying, 'It's fine if people think I'm a gold-digger, because I guess the press like to think of you in a certain way, and if they want to perceive you as something, then I don't really care. I've paid my own bills, I've never taken anything from anyone, I never married a footballer. I've never married anyone for money.'
She had dated actors Billy Zane and Jason Statham earlier; she is now engaged with Thom Evans and is happy about it.
She minced no words against Simon Cowell allegedly responsible for her ouster as judge on Britain's Got Talent in 2009. She denied reports that they are not friends as publicized by media.
She vented 'I saw Simon Cowell once afterwards. I caught his eye and I thought "I'm not going to say hello to him, I can't be bothered" and then he kind of just sulked over and sat next to me. Then all of the photographers came and then they took a picture as if we were friends. We’re not friends. I didn't know him before and I'll probably never meet him again.
'I don't understand why he sat next to me for a photo opportunity. I don't know. It was weird. They're all weird. I've been in the business for 15 years. I turn up and I do my job. I'm professional and if I'm not comfortable. I'm honest, I'm really straight forward. If it was editing, if it was bad, they could have edited it to make me look good.'
The model has some wisdom to share with them: 'They said "Be yourself", and I was, and then they fired me!'