Sophie Monk offered $1 million to be in Playboy

Sophie Monk says she is still considering whether or not to pose for the men's magazine.
Sophie Monk says she is still considering whether or not to pose for the men's magazine.

Sophie Monk has been offered $1 million (NZ$1,168,000) to pose nude for Playboy.

The Australian model-and-actress has been approached by the iconic men's magazine - which was founded by Hugh Hefner - to strip off in its pages and admits she is still unsure about whether or not to accept the offer.

She said: "I got offered Playboy - the cover, they're trying every angle to get me to do it. They're re-launching the whole thing and making it old-school again because it kind of lost it for me. When I was younger I was like, 'I want to be on Playboy.' My mum was a Playmate ... she was hot.

"They've offered me a million ... and it's negotiable how much you show. I don't know, though. Some people are like, 'No.' My agents, they said it could stop me getting movies."

If she does decide to strip off for the magazine, Sophie - who has posed nude before - will go all out and show her entire body.

Speaking on The Kyle & Jackie O Show on Australian radio station 2Day FM, she said: "It's Playboy, no one wants to see me clothed. It's boobs and a little bit of ...

"I've done a movie as not myself for like $2.50 showing my boobs, but being me naked selling magazines for men to get excited over is a different story for me, personally."

- BANG! Showbiz

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