Olivia Munn is not particularly well known in the UK but she's kind of a big deal in America, where she presents a comedy programme called Attack of the Show! (their exclamation mark, not ours - we're not that excitable). She is also very pretty.
She is also now very naked, shedding her clothes to appear in a new advert for PETA (People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals), specifically asking people not to wear elephant fur or keep elephants as house pets or something – we don't know, we didn't read the entire advert; we're very busy. Wait, we see the word circus. Don't go to the circus – clowns are scary.
PETA has a long history of persuading famous people to take their clothes off for the sake of animals. Pamela Anderson, Christy Turlington and Eva Mendes are just a few of the women who've stripped for a good cause.
So what does this teach us? If you're kind to animals, ladies who are totally out of your league will take their clothes off as thanks.
For more Olivia Munn pick up the new issue of FHM, on sale tomorrow. (synergy - yes!)