Monday, December 19, 2011

Latest: Lindsay Lohan Playboy Photos

Hugh Hefner considers Lindsay Lohan's Marilyn Monroe-themed Playboy magazine graphic will be a treasure – but the press mogul says he at first had worries about offering the embattled celebrity on its take care of.

"The idea came from my authors," Hefner, 85, informed PEOPLE during a latest appointment at the Playboy magazine House in L.A.

"I had combined emotional baggage to start with," he said. "I could not have estimated, quite seriously, that it would grow to be such a amazing newsworthy occurrence, or that the graphic would produce so well."

Oddly enough, the two have never surpassed tracks – even at the picture take. Even so, Hefner, who says Lohan, 25, is "carrying around some serious baggage," wants the Playboy magazine possibility is a phase in the right route.

"Historically, Playboy magazine pictorials are attached to superstars at various periods in their profession," Hefner says. "Sometimes it's the starting of their profession and sometimes it comes at a particular instant – as with She – that is designed as a recovery."

Using Attracted Barrymore as an example of someone whose profession increased after getting the magazine's take care of during a profession low, Hefner says his wish is that "this is a born-again starting for She. I think there's a rooting attention for her."

Part of the achievements of the take probably arises Hef's route that Lohan presented completely exposed.

During dialogue, "Some of people around her said, 'No, no, no, I don't want her unclothed,' " he says. "And I said, 'No, this is how it's going to be. This is how it is.' "


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