In just a few weeks, the September issue of Playboy — reportedly featuring [url id="/ontv/dyn/the_hills/series.jhtml"]"Hills"[/url] star [url id="/ontv/dyn/the_hills/cast_member/cast_member.jhtml?personalityId=11757"]Heidi Montag[/url] — will hit newsstands. And Aubrey O'Day — who made her Playboy debut in March — said that Heidi doesn't need any advice from her on how to handle the inevitable media interest that will follow her appearance in the lad mag.
"You know, Heidi knows how to work the media," she told MTV News at the "Transformers" premiere on Monday. "I don't think she needs my help. I have heard about the cover. I heard it's amazing."
Although Heidi didn't give Aubrey any advice the same way that Kim Kardashian did, she is confident that Heidi's golden good looks will be enough to make her a smashing success both in the magazine and in interviews about her photo shoot.
"She's a beautiful girl, and I'd say ... if you express how liberating it is, you can't go wrong," she said.
When reports first broke about Heidi appearing in Playboy, Aubrey shared how excited she was to hear about it. "I'm excited that Heidi will join the long list of Playboy cover girls!" she told MTV News in a statement. "I hope she enjoyed the shoot and feels as liberated as I did! Good luck!"
Although how much of Heidi the photos will show hasn't been confirmed — Montag and the magazine haven't even officially confirmed that the shoot happened — she assures her fans it will be tasteful and that, if it did happen, it would be "a huge honor."
"It's a very amazing, well-known magazine. I would love to do it, but I would do it very tastefully," she explained. "I think you would have to see, if I did do it.
"I would take things with moderation. I think God created the body. I think we're born naked. We die naked. I don't think it's something to be ashamed of. I think the body is a beautiful piece of artwork that God created. I have nothing to be ashamed of."