Lindsay Lohan Scores A New Modeling Gig, And She Doesn’t Have To Take Her Clothes Off!

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Dec. 22 2011, Published 11:30 a.m. ET

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By Radar Staff

Lindsay Lohan definitely has something to celebrate this holiday season!

After getting paid a reported $1 million to get completely naked for Playboy magazine, the troubled starlet has scored another modeling gig, for Jag Jeans – and has the details about her new job.

The campaign, which was shot by Yu Tsai, the same photographer who snapped her Playboy spread, features the 25-year-old posing provocatively in tiny cutoff shorts, a belly-baring top, high heels and lots of accessories.

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"As Jag Jeans' newest endorser, Lindsay embodies the strength and fearlessness of the woman of today,” explains the press release. “She is unafraid to be who she is. She is fierce yet exudes feminine grace."

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"Lindsay was so involved with the shoot that she would go as far as adjusting items on the set. She even requested scissors so she could personally fray the edges of her black crepe blouse because she believed it would look better that way. Lindsay would take a hands-on approach to her

shots, as she was more than willing to change her hairstyle during mid-shoot and even used her own personal jewelry and accessories when needed."

Do you think Lindsay has what it takes to sell denim? Sound off below!


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