Over the decades, some of the biggest female stars on the planet have undressed for Playboy pictorials. Here are some of them and the dates they appeared, as well as a look at some of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends and wives over the years. Marilyn Monroe was featured as the centerfold in the first issue of Playboy in
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The young women assembled on the lawn have come from around the country for this moment, delivered to the Playboy Mansion by mothers and boyfriends, each girl prepared for the day in extravagant states of undress. Standing on stiletto heels, they wear G-strings and micro-bikinis, lingeries of lace and silk, while showing off golden tans or blindingly pale skin beneath a warm, cloudless sky. They are here for a Playboy casting call, of them ready to be chosen for a new generation of naked girls next door, to land on the glossy pages of an intimate magazine pictorial. But today's search has come to a halt as the young women anxiously await the imminent appearance of the man of the house, the esteemed publisher and chief lothario, Hugh M. The front door opens to a round of girlish cheers when Hefner steps from his castle with a wave, a video crew documenting the boss in his red-satin robe and white captain's hat. He is 84 now and walks with the stiffness of age, but he moves quickly past the stone cherubs in the fountain, past the wishing well where he married his second wife now divorced , and through this crowd of young admirers. He does not linger. We love you!
The trio was said to have cleaned-up as showers of water poured down on them in the grotto at the Playboy mansion, reports The Sun. The girls allegedly shared cheeky glances as they rubbed suds over their bare bodies in the tropical-style setting. Their former boyfriend and Playboy chief Hugh Hefner was apparently not present to watch the scene. Feedback For webmasters. Periodicals Literature.
The Playboy cover model and reality star dishes about what really went on in the Playboy Mansion in her book, "Sliding Into Home. At the very least, I would make a couple hundred dollars, meet some cool people, and get a chance to check out the Playboy Mansion. How could I turn that down? And besides, it was Zack who had initiated the whole thing. So it seemed totally logical that when the photographer posted the photos on One Model Place — a sort of MySpace for models — if any work came from it, Zack would support me. Well, the photographer posted the photos, and that same day a guy named Mark called from Playboy and asked about me. I knew about the bunny; I had an uncle who worked at the Playboy Club in Atlantic City, and he would send my brother and me T-shirts and sweatshirts with the bunny on them when we were kids. But I knew enough to know that getting a phone call from someone who worked there could be the beginning of something big. I figured Playboy had a lot of models to choose from for the party, and it was a long shot.