The skin mag paid the actress $500,000 to do the spread, but agreed -- we'll bet reluctantly -- not to show any of those body parts people who don't read the articles buy Playboy specifically for. Those remain only for the eyes of her annoying hubby Spencer Pratt, who pretended to ogle the photos for a recent publicity photo.
Even if The Hills star didn't give readers everything they wanted, she did her best to sell copies of the September issue.
"I'm not wearing anything in the Playboy pictures," Montag told Life & Style magazine. "My skin is my accessory."
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And anyway, it isn't supposed to be porno, she said.
“I worked out very hard for this," Montag explained. "I worked my butt off… and we brought in Matthew Rolston, who is a very well-known, amazing photographer. So, it's more art.”