In the world of entertainment, some celebrities have bared it all on screen, only to later express regret for their decisions. Join us today as we delve into the stories of 11 famous actors who, despite their initial choices, later declared, 'Never Again' to nude scenes.
Mary-Louise Parker expressed regret for a nude scene in the "Weeds" series, revealing that she didn't think she needed to be naked.
Helen Mirren, despite always hating nude scenes, admitted to doing them because she didn't want to appear "prudish."
Natalie Portman doesn't regret filming nude scenes but despises the misuse of those images on pornographic websites.
Amanda Seyfried refrained from filming nude scenes in subsequent projects after regretting a nude scene in one of her early films.
Viola Davis, while not having specific regrets about nude scenes, drew a line against filming sex scenes in general after getting injured on set once.
Sharon Stone, famous for the iconic interrogation scene in "Basic Instinct," was unaware of how explicit it would be on screen.
Gordon Ramsay regretted exposing his naked buttocks in a shower scene.
For the 'Hotel Hell' series, he suffered from the challenges of showering when aware of hidden cameras. He apologized for the unintended exposure.
Jessica Brown Findlay, in "Albatross," didn't know she could say no to a topless scene and found the experience strange.
She also found the nude scenes in 'Labyrinth' to be uncomfortable.
Taylor Lautner negotiated for fewer shirtless scenes in the "Twilight" films, expressing relief that the original script had even more.
He felt uncomfortable being the only one undressed on set.
Kate Winslet wished she hadn't shown as much flesh in "Titanic" but acknowledged the pressure she felt as a young actress to prove herself in the industry.
Ben Stiller felt uncomfortable with his character's nude scene in "Along Came Polly."
Director John Hamburg agreed to cut the scene if the audience didn't find it funny, but it remained in the final cut. Stiller later learned he could have used a body double.