HollyWho-Knew? Senator Scott Brown Was A Naked Cosmopolitan Centerfold!

Wed, January 20, 2010 7:04pm EST by 2 Comments


Senator Brown should have put this on his campaign posters!

Republican Scott Brown was elected to the US Senate in Massachusetts last night, standing proudly before a crowd of cheering supporters, dressed to in a smart suit — but we wonder if anyone in that crowd knew their sharply dressed future leader posed nude in 1982 as a centerfold in Cosmopolitan magazine! “We’ve had bachelors go on to be actors, models, and reality show stars, so we’re thrilled that one has gone on to become a politician,” says Kate White, Cosmo’s editor in chief. “Obviously we know how to pick ’em.”

Yes, believe it or not, the straight-laced senator bared all as the winner of the magazine’s “America’s Sexiest Man” contest — and looked pretty darn good while doing it! He was just 22 years old back then, a hard working student at Boston College trying to scrape enough money together to cover his law school tuition.

Hm… posing nude to offset the costs of his education? Looks like Senator Brown has something in common with Katherine Heigl‘s character on Grey’s Anatomy!

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Bonnie Fuller

Posted at 9:24 PM on January 20, 2010  

getbacktowork: excellent point. If any woman had done this she’d be dead politically!

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Posted at 8:18 PM on January 20, 2010  

i think the more interesting poll would be whether a woman with a shot like that could ever be elected to public office. rhetorical question, of course…

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