Heidi Klum's poster for season 12 of her fashion designer show 'Project Runway' has been deemed too hot for Hollywood.
The advert, which features glistening naked men and women surrounding a fully-clothed Heidi on a throne, has been banned from appearing on billboards in LA.
Too Fab reports underwear must be electronically added to the poster before it can be displayed in LA. However, it is on show as it is in New York.
Klum is not the first star to have her ads censored.
Last month in the UK, a TV advert for a web-hosting company in which a man fantasises about actress Pamela Anderson being squirted with cream was banned for being sexist and degrading to women.
Former 'Baywatch' star Anderson is portrayed chairing a business meeting while a male colleague dreams about her and another woman in bikinis being covered with cream.
The Advertising Standards Authority said it could cause serious offence.
Meanwhile, Klum recently proved she is no prude, posting pictures of her bare bottom on Twitter.
The model and 'America's Got Talent' judge posted the below photo to her fans...
She was sunning herself on a beach in the Bahamas when she pulled down her bikini bottoms to reveal her sunburn.
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From "Foxfire" to "Wanted," Hollywood's infamous bad-girl-gone-prolific-mother has never been shy about taking it off on screen. She also appeared nude in "Pushing Tin," "Original Sin," "Taking Lives" and "Changeling."
The actress who made her name in Disney movies and rom-coms shocked the world when she doffed it all in 2004's "Havoc," but that would certainly not be her last nude scene. Less than one year later, she was naked again, this time in "Brokeback Mountain." A few years later, she was at it again for "Rachel Getting Married," followed by yet another scene in "Love and Other Drugs."
Mrs. Keith Urban was actually nude in her first big US movie role in 1989's "Dead Calm." She was, however, also nude in: "Days of Thunder," "Moulin Rouge," "The Human Stain," "Cold Mountain," "Birth," "Australia," "Birthday Girl," "Windrider," "Billy Bathgate," "Eyes Wide Shut," "The Portrait of a Lady" ... Can we stop now?
She waited 20 years before filming a nude scene, but her turn in "Factotum" proved to not be her last adventurous outing. She's naked for much of "The Devil Knows You're Dead" and she plays a stripper in 2008's "The Wrestler." Perhaps 20 years from now she'll decide to stop making nude scenes.
Kate's an especially prolific nude scene-r, from 1996's "Jude" to "Titanic" to "Little Children" to "Revolutionary Road" to "The Reader." That "Titanic" scene may be one of the most famous nude scenes of all times, despite Winslet saying she was embarrassed by it. Maybe she should see "Titanic 3-D" in China, where regulators censored her breasts. She's also appeared nude in "Hamlet" (Ophelia! Get thee to a nunnery!), "Hideous Kinky," "Quills," "Holy Smoke!" "Iris" and "Heavenly Creatures."
Moore is an A-lister who never really showed much hesitation appearing nude, with racy scenes in everything from "Body of Evidence" to "The Big Lebowski." She's been naked in quite a few other movies, including "The Kids Are All Right," "Boogie Nights," "Chloe," "Blindness" and too many other movies to name.
"Basic Instinct," enough said. (See also: "Sliver," "Irreconcilable Differences," "Cold Steel," "Action Jackson," "Blood and Sand," "Total Recall," "Year of the Gun," "Scissors," "Intersection," "The Specialist," "The Quick and the Dead," "Casino," "Gloria," "The Muse," "If These Walls Could Talk 2," "A Different Loyalty," "Basic instinct 2.") Suffice it to say there were many stretches where Stone had at least one scene a year.
The man's an ass, at least when it comes to his nude on-camera work. Forgoing the full frontal in favor of flashing some cheek at any possible chance ("James Dean," "Sonny," "Milk"), the actor who supposedly took 1.3 million college courses at once seems poised for more graphic work, if only because it's just one more thing to add to the already innumerable list of possible conversation pieces circling the artist.
No one does it quite like -- or as often -- as Ewan. From "Trainspotting" to "Incendiary" and beyond, the actor repeatedly took it off and paired up with the likes of Tilda Swinton and Jim Carrey. He stripped down in "The Pillow Book," "Velvet Goldmine" and "I Love You Phillip Morris." It's unclear if another male actor can ever unseat him from this somewhat dubious throne, but at least Ewan's having fun reigning?
Keitel first took it all off in "Bad Lieutenant" before doing the full monty in the Oscar-nominated "The Piano" a year later. He's unafraid to strip down in the most serious movies of his career, unlike some actors who tend to bare it all for their wonkier releases.
He's only actually done full-frontal in one movie, but the scene in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" catapulted Segel to -- er -- prominence. The actor was supposed to be naked in "The Five Year Engagement," but the scene was cut after the filmmakers decided they couldn't really fit it in. (Really sorry.)