Share via Email Keeley Hazell. In and , she was voted second and third in FHM's sexiest woman. So why doesn't she want to be called a 'glamour model'? Do you have any worries about glamour modelling? I hate the term. It's the word "glamour". I'm just a model. What don't you like about the word "glamour"? It makes me think of a girl with bleached-blonde hair and a boob job falling out of Chinawhite's on a Wednesday night. It makes the whole thing sound sleazy. It's not taking your clothes off that you have an issue with?
No, it's the way people perceive the industry. I've always been comfortable with taking my clothes off. I don't see why it's different when Kate Moss gets her top off.
It's just that I have big boobs, so it's a different image. Do you ever wonder what men are thinking when they look at the picture in the Sun? I find it really hard to try to guess what they are thinking. You must be able to guess a bit. I kind of do, but then I don't know whether men would be thinking that, because it's just a picture of a girl, smiling, with knickers on.
If anyone is thinking anything rude or sordid, they'd just look at porn. Is it any different from porn? I don't see how you could get off on a picture like that. It's a girl standing there smiling. I don't know why anybody thought of having it in a national newspaper, it's such a strange idea. Do you ever worry about the image it is putting across? I think that's a big thing, now more than when I started. I thought, it's a bit of fun, do a bit of modelling, earn some money.
But as soon as you tell anybody they say, "Oh my God. Have you had any nasty experiences at shoots? You get people who think, "You're a model and you don't know anything. I went on a shoot once and a guy said, "Can you hold your tits like this? When did my life turn out like this? I hate people being patronising. Do you think there is a link between taking your clothes off and that person patronising you?
There is a link, definitely. It's very hard for me, because when I started I was I've grown up so much - [but] there are certain things that I've done that I obviously can't take back.
You mean if you could skip the glamour part of your career, you would? My perception of the industry has changed a lot. I think it's hardened me. Does Page 3 encourage people to see woman as objects?
I don't think it encourages people to see women as objects. It's great that it's there because it introduces a bit of sex education. Don't you think it encourages men to see women as a piece of meat? If a man is going to see a woman as a piece of meat, they are going to anyway. The video to go with your single is quite full on - soft porn, even. That's the way music videos go. Do you see yourself as an object for the pleasure of men? I separate myself from my job.
I don't see myself as an object, I see myself more as a fantasy to men. What I am when I am in a magazine is not what I am now.