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Two of our favourite supermodels are talking beauty at the moment. Speaking to Elle magazine, Helena Christensen says she is "flabbergasted" that people can be offended by images of naked women.

Stripping off for the new January issue, she said: "I have no problems with showing my body. I love the female shape. It's crazy - you can have movie posters with men with machine guns but oh, God forbid you show nipples. That never ceases to amaze me. It's flabbergasting. So I have no problems with it. But I'm Danish. Everyone's naked on the beaches."

Meanwhile, another famous model has admitted to using Botox...

Breaking the taboo subject of plastic surgery, Cindy Crawford has revealed that she recently received Botox injections right here in London.

"There's a doctor here in London who I've gone to for Botox. I did a whole skin care line with him. But I haven't done Botox for 10 years. And I didn't do collagen, I don't think. Because people have such expectations of what they are going to find when they see me, that brings added pressure to fight the aging process. I mean, don't get me wrong, I think I'm holding together pretty good," she said.

Finally, a celeb who is being honest about their appearance - that's what we like!

[via Telegraph / Coco Perez]