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Marisa Miller's Boobies Are Not Rated T For Teens

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Back in 2008, supermodel Marisa Miller filmed this commercial for an edition of Guitar Hero, but it was deemed too sexy for television. Maybe it was the gratuitous cleavage and ass-shaking by a half-naked Victoria's Secret model that pushed the censors over the line or their sworn allegiance to the performance of Tom Cruise in the film Risky Business that scuttled the ad.

Marisa Miller playing Guitar Hero is hot and all, but it would have been a lot better had they let Megan Fox play Guido the Pimp.

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