Massachusetts Senator-elect Scott Brown says he has “no regrets” about posing nude for a 1982 Cosmopolitan magazine photo spread. In an exclusive “This Week” interview, Brown told Barbara Walters “you have to have a sense of humor about yourself,” and links the centerfold to many of his successes that came later in life. “If I hadn't done that… I never would have been sitting here with you. It's all connected,” Brown told Walters.
An unknown law student at the time, Brown said the magazine appearance put him in the company of such stars as Burt Reynolds, Arnold Schwarzenegger and David Hasselhoff, who had also posed for the magazine.
Asked how he would react if his daughters ever wanted to pose nude, Brown said he’d “leave it up to their discretion”.
Brown said he hopes there’s no double standard that might apply to a woman politician who had been photographed nude in her past. “If someone is qualified to do the job, they should be able to do it, regardless of what they've done in their past,” Brown said.
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