Actress Karla Souza pink babydoll nightie refuses to wear lingerie for GQ cover, magazine compromises by suggesting bikini
How To Get Away With Murder actress Karla Souza said that she refused to appear on the cover of GQ Mexico in a bra and underwear as she wanted to be sophisticated – but the magazine only compromised by letting her wear a bikini.
Souza said the proposed shoot involved a “bra and panties on a bed” scenario, but she felt uncomfortable doing it.
“I wanted sophisticated, fancy, nice and beautiful and sexy, but not that,” she told E! Online.
She explains that she told the magazine she wouldn’t appear wearing so little – and it took a year for them to agree to her idea of wearing bathing suits and “things I felt more comfortable in”
Souza, who plays Laura Castillo in the ABC murder drama, said a lot of magazines in Mexico feature fully naked women and several other actresses had opted to bear all.
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