Meghan McCain says she wasn't really naked in Style Network skin cancer PSA
While a lot of E-list names are starring in a new PSA for Style Networks skin cancer prevention campaign, only Sen. John McCain's daughter Meghan McCain is really making headlines because of it. Maybe that has something to do with all of the women on the video going naked to talk about skin cancer, and she's at the mercy of politicos who get upset if someone so much as glances at them sideways.
McCain talks about prevention in the 30-second video (watch it above), which also features the likes of Brandy, Tempestt Bledsoe, Danielle Fishel, Tatyana Ali and Cacee Cobb. The thing to note is that she apparently does it while nude, as all the actresses, athletes and hangers-on declare they're "done with being naked" by not wearing sunscreen. This got the talking heads upset, but McCain says not to worry, fear-mongers.
"Pundits in DC can calm themselves. I filmed a skin cancer PSA in a strapless juicy tube dress. All you can see is my collar bone," she wrote via her Twitter account, @McCainBlogette. "Both my parents have had skin cancer, everyone should be aware of the extreme dangers the sun presents and how simply using sunscreen is a simple way to prevent skin cancer from occurring. I take it very seriously which is why I participated in the PSA." Now, can we quit freaking out because we saw the woman's tan lines?