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Lindsay to debut Playboy pics on Ellen

Lindsay Lohan.
Lindsay Lohan.

LINDSAY Lohan will debut her nude Playboy pictures on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'.

The troubled actress - who appears naked in a Marilyn Monroe-inspired spread in the men's magazine's January and February issue - has chosen the US chat show host above all other media outlets to get the first sneak peek of the shoot.

A representative for Playboy magazine - which reportedly paid the 25-year-old star $1 million for the pictures - said: "Lindsay has agreed to do one media interview during the on-sale period of her issue, and has chosen Ellen. Lindsay will not be doing any additional interviews to promote her pictorial."

Playboy boss Hugh Hefner recently explained the pictures of Lindsay - who was released from jail after serving just four-and-a half hours of a 30-day sentence - are a "classic tribute" to Marilyn Monroe.

He said: "It's a classic tribute inspired by the original Tom Kelly nude pictorial of Marilyn Monroe, a portion of which was the original playmate in the very first issue of Playboy. Oh, yes, she's naked. And classy, very classy."

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