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Kate Moss bares false modesty in latest ads

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Kate Moss revealed more than just her bottom in a recent advertising campaign for jeweler David Yurman. The Daily Mail has quotes from her about accepting her fuller figure and perpetual celebrity status. Among other things, she claims she isn't a natural beauty and doesn't understand why people are so enchanted by her. My ass, she doesn't. After all the nude photo shoots (including previous ones for this same advertiser) and rock-star boyfriends she's indulged in over the years, she must have some idea. And if that's not enough, someone made an enormous golden statue of her in 2008, claiming she was "the ideal beauty of the moment." We thought Kate's five-lines-in-forty-minutes days were bad, but this false humility might be worse.

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