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Throughout the years a lot of naked gorgeous women have tastefully graced the pages of Playboy. Founder Hugh Hefner has made every man’s fantasy come true with the easy accessibility of taking a sneak peak at the sensual curves of a women’s body. An array of supermodels, actresses, athletes, musicians, movie and TV starlets have been showcased in the centerfolds.
Playboy has been cultivating its legacy since it launched in December 1953 with Marilyn Monroe on the cover. Monroe didn't actually pose for the magazine, but Playboy really didn't trade in famous nudity for its first couple of decades. It take a certain look to be featured in the infamous Playboy, so here is a list of the top ten stars rejected for the chance to pose for the camera.