TERRI TURNS DOWN PLAYBOY

After carefully considering Playboy's offer, Terri Clark has decided not to pose for the magazine's cover. "I think any woman who is confident and joyous is sexy," says Terri, "and that's a truth we should all embrace rather than worrying about hips or thighs or whatever. And that was the thing about this Playboy offer that really spoke to me: I'm not typical and the experts evidently saw something in me that said a normal size woman can be sexy." Terri's decision was based on what her fans - especially young girls - might think. Still, she was flattered by the offer. "If I'm sexy enough for Playboy to want me with my clothes on, then I hope the message can be that sexy is about what's between your ears, in your heart and your smile. Even Playboy could see that. So that's as far as you need to go to catch someone's attention."

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