Thursday, February 12, 2004

Clark says no to 'Playboy'



Country singer Terri Clark is keeping her cowboy hat - and the rest of her clothes - on.

Clark, whose hits include "I Just Wanna Be Mad," says that she has rejected an offer to appear on the cover of Playboy magazine for the May music issue.

"I'm mostly just a regular ol' girl who likes to have fun, play her guitar, drink some tequila, hang out with my friends. Exotic beauties and total sexpots get asked to do the cover of Playboy, not girls like me."

The Canadian-born Clark, who usually wears a cowboy hat while performing, says she was pleased that Playboy realized "I'm not typical and the experts evidently saw something in me that said a normal-size woman can be sexy."

Ultimately she didn't think the appearance was right for her image.




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