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Kelly Brook to appear stark naked in London show

Kelly Brook to appear stark naked in London show
Kelly Brook to appear stark naked in London show (Image credit: UK Press/Press Association Image)

Kelly Brook has confirmed she will strip completely naked on stage for burlesque show Crazy Horse. The actress and glamour girl will join dancers from the famed Paris Crazy Horse cabaret for a one-week stint as a guest performer in their London show Forever Crazy (opens in new tab) early next month. Kelly told Alan Carr, on his Channel 4 chat show Chatty Man: "It is all about striptease. Every piece of clothing will be removed. We will be naked. "People have asked me if I am comfortable showing off my fu fu. All I can say is it will be beautifully lit. It will be disguised! There will be bums and nipples on show." The 32-year-old will perform a segment called Lecon d'Erotisme, a key part of the show, and will also appear as a character called Miss Bisou throughout the show. It will not be the first time Kelly has stripped on stage. She played a lap dancer in the play Eye Contact in 2000, performing at London's Riverside Theatre in just a thong and heels. She appeared naked on stage in a production of Calendar Girls and most recently stripped to her underwear in Keith Lemon: The Movie.

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