LOS ANGELES—Barely legal reality-TV personality Courtney Stodden has fielded offers to join the adult biz since she turned 18 last summer, including one from Manwin. But how did Stodden finally manage to celebrate turning 18? "On the cover of Girls and Corpses magazine, of corpse!" she reportedly said.
Stodden—who at 16 married actor Doug Hutchinson (The Green Mile), 35 years her senior—is featured on the spring cover of Girls and Corpses magazine an in an eight-page nude photo spread and centerfold inside the magazine. See a preview at GirlsAndCorpses.com.
This issue is being unleashed today—April Fool's Day—but Girls and Corpses Deaditor-In-Chief Robert "Corpsy" Rhine averred in a press releases that this is not a seasonal joke.
Rhine said, "We were thrilled to beat out such magazines as Playboy to get this iconic beauty on our cover and in a revealing photoshoot. Coutney Stodden has a great career ahead as an actress, model and reality-show star, and this issue will be our best seller ever. Doug Hutchinson was at the shoot and very supportive. You can see there is a lot of love between them and he supports her wild side."
Stodden is quoted as saying she enjoyed the shoot. "I've never experienced rolling around with a corpse before, let alone in such a suggestive manner, but I kinda liked it ... in more ways than one," she said.
Stodden is now officially a Corpsette and part of the Girls and Corpses family. She will be signing at the Girls and Corpses booth July 17-21 at the Comic-Con convention in San Diego.
Other features in the spring issue of Girls and Corpses include a discussion with Eli Roth about exorcists and aftershocks; an update from Dani Filthy about Cradle of Filth's latest album; features on artist Laurie Lipton, performer Sasha Pain and Will Ryder's Not the Wizard of Oz XXX; and much more, including Forgotten Boneyard; More Fun Ways to Kill Your Children; and Dr. Kevorkian's Deadtime Stories.
Order the issue here.