Representing the beauty of women's body, Hollywood's very own women lose their clothes and talk about being comfortable in their own skin.
Under the headline "The Naked Truth", Allure presents Hollywood women in their birth costume. Some found the photo shoot comfortable but some thought it was dreading. Kara DioGuardi, for one, is enjoying the concept. "This shoot was less about beauty than about taking a risk and showing people a side of me they never have seen," said the "American Idol" judge.
Meanwhile, for Colbie Caillat, it's not something inside her comfort zone. The magazine noted "Caillat was nervous about this shoot. She brought a bottle of wine in case she needed liquid courage (she didn't, in the end) and stayed covered till the last second: She wore flesh-tone underwear until she was positioned." The singer feared her younger fans would think she was changing.
Another hot babe in the naked photo spread shot by Norman Jean Roy and Michael Thompson among others is Emmanuelle Chriqui. She has one thing in mind. "Some women want bigger breasts. But [I wish] I could have had a dancer's body. I sometimes wear plunging necklines because they make me feel smaller," she quipped.
The May issue of Allure is on newsstands April 20. The cover presents Catherine Zeta-Jones while the pictorials also capture Jessica Capshaw and Regina Hall. Early look at the photos can be seen at Allure.com.