Miley Cyrus Selena Gomez

January 12, 2012 by staff 

Miley Cyrus Selena GomezMiley Cyrus Selena Gomez, It’s possible that Selena Gomez and Miley Cyrus may become the next n*de Play boy stars. That’s if the magazine can woo them with their mega million dollar offers to pose nak*d in their pages. Will these young Disney stars go for it, or is it all a pipe dream? No pun intended, Miley.

Disney actress Lindsay Lohan posed n*de, and saw her photos leaked online in advance of the magazine going on sale. The issue still had record sales numbers. Having Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez nak*d would also create major sales for Play boy. The men’s magazine is reportedly “desperate” for both of the young singers to pose. According to what an inside source told NOW magazine:

“They think it’d be a huge coup, albeit unlikely. But since Miley’s marijuana controversy gave her a bit of bad girl edge, they hope to convince her team that it’s time to ditch the wholesome image and try something new.”

The article notes that Play boy hasn’t confirmed that the offers or story are true yet. There had been rumors for the past several years that Cyrus would pose n*de for the magazine. Selena Gomez’s name has yet to come up, at least in the same conversation. However, with the record-breaking sales of Lindsay Lohan’s Play boy, the magazine knows that hot Disney stars sell well.

Offers of $2 million seem like a lot of money to most people, but Cyrus and Gomez are already rich compared to most people. They’ve got acting and musical careers still going. Would they really jump at this offer? In the case of Lindsay Lohan, she’s been in a career and life dilemma for quite some time, so she needed the extra dough as well as the “exposure.” Miley and Gomez don’t quite need it, yet. In fact, they get plenty of exposure from the media without breaking the law right now.

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