On Wednesday, Lindsay Lohan’s Playboy cover was leaked online, and she actually managed to look like she cleaned up her act.
Lindsay Lohan’s Playboy cover could mean a comeback for the troubled star. Hugh Hefner has a way of resurrecting or kicking off careers for women. As long as they have giant boobs.
Playboy has long been considered a career booster for celebs willing to show some skin. From Lindsay Lohan’s Playboy cover to Marilyn Monroe’s, we’re rounding up the most iconic Celebrity Playboy cover bunnies.
Marilyn Monroe: Marilyn graced the very first issue of Playboy. Fun fact, it’s the only issue of the magazine that doesn’t have the date on the cover. Hefner said he wasn’t sure there would be a second. He underestimated the male libido.
Goldie Hawn: Goldie appeared on the January 1985 cover wearing a white collared shirt, loosened black tie, posing inside of a giant martini glass.
Kim Kardashian: After Kim posed for the mag in 2007, she went from “Kim Who?” to Kardashian Queen. Now, because of her decision to bare (almost) all, her grandchildren will never have to worry about money.
Anna Nicole Smith: In 1992, Anna Nicole was hand picked by Hugh Hefner to appear on the March cover of Playboy, though she was named Vickie Smith back then. In 1993, she changed her name to Anna Nicole and was chosen as Playmate of the Year.
Madonna: In 1978, Madonna posed for Playboy for as little as $25 a session. But ten years later, the magazine published those photos as Madonna shot to fame. The photographs were ultimately sold for up to $100,000.
Barbra Streisand: Babs appeared on the rare, October 1977 cover of Playboy, but she didn’t strip for the mag. The caption on the cover read: “What’s a nice Jewish girl like me doing on the cover of Playboy?” She was the first celebrity and non-bunny in 23 years to appear on the cover.
Drew Barrymore: Barrymore posed nude for the January 1995 issue of Playboy. Steven Spielberg, her godfather, gave her a quilt for her 20th birthday. Along with the quilt was a note that read: “Cover yourself up.”
Dolly Parton: Dolly has turned down several offers to take off her clothes for Playboy, but she did compromise and appear on the October 1987 cover. She wore the Playboy bunny outfit, complete with ears.
Mariah Carey: Mariah Carey covered the March 2007 Sex and Music issue of Playboy. She didn’t pose nude, but with the outfits that woman wears, I think people get the idea.