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Alicia Silverstone Loves To Garden Naked

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Remember that vegetarian PETA ad Alicia Silverstone did in the nude? Turns out, it’s not such a unusual thing for her to strip down and enjoy nature in the buff.

The 32-year-old actress and animal-rights activist recently told a US magazine that she loves gardening naked — something Woody Harrelson inspired her to enjoy. “[It] probably started when I was doing my garden the first time,” she said. “I’d be out there, and it would be scorching hot, so I would take off all of my clothes and garden. And then I would jump in the pool and swim – and I always get in the pool naked.”

“I used to spend a lot of time with Woody Harrelson, and he’s not afraid to get naked,” she added.

>>>To see that sexy PETA ad, jump here.

Anyone else out there have some naked confessions to share? Check out more photos of Silverstone in the buff below!

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  • rxgary

    not me i go commando

  • rxgary

    you can move here with me, all my neighbors are at least a quarter mile away

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