Anderson was on a record-breaking 13 Playboy covers—this one was her first. Anderson was Playmate of the Month in the magazine's February issue. Smith first appeared on Playboy 's March cover. Shortly therafter, she was named Miss May and the Guess jeans spokesmodel. She went on to be Playboy 's Playmate of the Year, and appeared on three more Playboy covers. Their relationship was the subject of the popular reality show The Girls Next Door. Hefner recreates a photo taken at Stansted airport back in the s to celebrate the opening of the new Playboy Club in Mayfair. After much controversy, it was cancelled after only three episodes. The Scene.
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Subscriber Account active since. Since Hugh Hefner published the first American edition of Playboy magazine in , hundreds of stars have been on the cover. Some actresses have fought to appear on the cover of Playboy. Others, like Jessica Alba, took legal action to avoid appearing in its pages. Marilyn Monroe was famously the first model on Playboy's cover and probably the single most famous woman to appear in the magazine. But she didn't appear in it the most. Keep reading for a look at the most famous women who graced the cover, and some who appeared in Playboy more than once. Electra became most well known after her role in "Baywatch" during and , but her American covers came out much later. For you. World globe An icon of the world globe, indicating different international options.
Michelle Smith has previously received funding from the Australian Research Council. The passing of Playboy founder Hugh Hefner prompted both positive and negative eulogising. From one perspective, he was a revolutionary who helped to dismantle the long-standing secrecy and shame surrounding sexuality. And from another , he simply popularised the objectification of women for the gratification of men. Yet the fallout from the exploitative images did not significantly tarnish the Playboy name or Hugh Hefner.