Dailies | ‘Gone Girl’ Emily Ratajkowski Reminds Us Why She's Not Going Anywhere in GQ (Photo)

'Gone Girl' Emily Ratajkowski Reminds Us Why She's Not Going Anywhere in GQ (Photo)

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The model-turned-actress broke out this summer by starring in Robin Thicke's “Blurred Lines” music video

To anyone who was shocked by the amount of skin displayed in Robin Thicke's “Blurred Lines” music video, don't worry, video vixen Emily Ratajkowski was, too.

“When I first saw the video, I was like, ‘Oh, Jesus Christ, I'm so naked.' Not just naked, but so revealed,” she said in the November issue of GQ. ”It was my personality. There was no glamour involved. I was just silly and playful and kind of ridiculous — a big dork. And I only let my best friends see that. Or if I've had a couple of cocktails.”

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“Blurred Lines” was widely considered the song of the summer, but Ratajkowski is proving herself to be more than just a seasonal presence in entertainment as she continues rocketing to fame.

She's set to make her big screen debut in 2015 as Ben Affleck's mistress in David Fincher's adaptation of Gillian Flynn's novel, “Gone Girl.”

In the meantime, she's continuing to flaunt her famous figure for photographer Terry Richardson in GQ. See the rest of her most-recent modeling portfolio additions here.