Ex-BBB Renata posa para a 'Playboy'; veja foto

Renata Dávila. Foto: Reprodução Twitter
A ex-BBB Renata Dávila realizou seu ensaio fotográfico nu para a "Playboy" em um estúdio de São Paulo nesta segunda-feira (16). Edson Aran, editor da revista masculina, publicou fotos de bastidores por meio de seu Twitter.

Renata Dávila. Foto: Reprodução Twitter
Em duas das fotos, Renata aparece vestindo um body transparente preto. Em outra, a loira aparece utilizando um roupão com o logo da "Playboy".

Renata Dávila. Foto: Reprodução Twitter
De acordo com a coluna "Olá!", do jornal "Agora São Paulo", a prioridade para a capa da "Playboy" de maio era Laisa, outra participante do BBB 12. Porém, como a morena demorou muito para fechar negócio com a "Playboy", e a prioridade passou a ser Renata.

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Bárbara Evans briga com ex-BBB Renata

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