Keeley Hazell in FHM February 2014: I Auditioned for "Fifty Shades of Grey" Twice!

Posted Thursday January 9, 2014 10:18 PM GMT

She's continuing to make a name for herself in the film industry, and now Keeley Hazell reveals in the February 2014 issue of FHM magazine she had a chance to be a part of the "Fifty Shades of Grey" production.

While rocking a few poses for the publication, the 27-year-old model/actress dished about auditioning for the highly anticipated film and her frustration towards critics of the word "sexy."

Highlights from Miss Hazell's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to FHM!

On "Fifty Shades of Grey":
"I auditioned twice for 'Fifty Shades of Grey' - that was a pretty, erm, 'interesting' experience."

On acting:
"I've done some acting stuff - a couple of films and other projects. But the thing I've been most passionate about is my writing. I'm currently collaborating with a talented young female director - we wrote a series that has been taken on by a production company. It's in the super-early stages, but it's really exciting. In a nutshell it's about a girl from London, who moves to LA and attempt stop reinvent herself as the creator of a fashion-focused lifestyle website. It's loosely based on my life, but it's also heavily influenced by internet celebrities, fashion bloggers and some 'it' girls."

On her definition of "sexy":
"I suppose I came to a realization that being a serious actress and being on the cover of FHM don't need to be mutually exclusive. There's this perception that you can't be more than one thing. That if you're dubbed 'sexy' you can no longer be anything else. That you become intellectually uncomplicated, incapable of accomplishing anything other than appearing to be an object for me. And it's rubbish. Society tells you that you can't be smart and sexy, and that's totally wrong. The thing about sexiness is that it's been painted as evil, but the truth is that woman want to be viewed as sexy. Shooting a cover like this is so empowering. It brings out a different side of you, which is incredibly liberating."

Photo Credit: FHM

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