What Do You Think Of The Magazine Cover?
Courtney Stodden is making headlines for the cover of a magazine many have never heard of, Girls and Corpses. She bares all with only a corpse to cover up her lady parts.
Warning: The uncensored image below is explicit and it may be shocking to some readers.
Courtney Stodden has been a polarizing figure since she married former Lost star Doug Hutchison when she was 16 years old. She has maintained a fairly public image since by becoming a favorite paparazzi subject.
Stodden has never shied away from controversy, so her latest photo shoot will definitely inspire a few discussions. The teen bride is on the cover of the spring issue of Girls and Corpses magazine. She is featured wearing nothing but a zombie who covers up her lady parts and a wedding veil alluding to her young marriage.
The magazine describes itself as the "world's first comedy magazine about death." So, the cover girl is probably taking this on as a black comedy piece.
E! News spoke exclusively with the now 18-year-old and she is pretty pleased with her photo shoot. She told the entertainment channel, "Girls and Corpses is a silly, yet sexy magazine, which fits my personality perfectly. That's why I did it."
While Stodden appeared naked on the cover, she hasn't confirmed whether she has any clothes on inside the issue. She teased that everyone will have to "wait and see."
The Couples Therapy star has a sense of humor though. When she was asked about what it was like working with a corpse in the photos, she shared, "It was definitely interesting, of corpse…hehe."
Stodden likes the media attention and she is pretty savvy when it comes to the press. So, any controversy surrounding the cover may be a wink to let us know that she's in on the joke. She has poked fun of her underage marriage before with a Funny or Die video. However, Stodden is legally an adult and she is capable of making her own decisions about her career.
Take a look at the uncensored photo and let us know what you think about the Girls and Corpses cover.
Is the cover shocking or is Stodden just having fun?
Image courtesy of Girls and Corpses