Megan Fox is ready to bare it all!
The former Transformers actress has admitted she doesn't mind baring her body for movie roles. And, according to her, a little expose is part and parcel of finding success in Hollywood.
Speaking at the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle press conference in Los Angeles, Fox told Toofab.com: "I don't mind doing that stuff, I think that's been a part of being an actress in Hollywood since the beginning."
"I don't feel ashamed or like I can't be taken seriously while also wearing a tank top. If you don't take me seriously when I'm wearing a tank top, that's your problem."
The brunette beauty showed off her toned figure in a strapless, white mini dress at the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles press conference at Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
Megan, who stars as April O'Neil in the film - alongside co-star, Will Arnett, who plays Vernon Fenwick - attended the press meet and posed for photographs.
Megan's part in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is perhaps her most full-dressed one to date - she keeps her clothes on throughout the whole film.
As a longtime fan of the comic book series, Megan had to fight hard to even get the part.
She said: "I was attracted to this because I was a fan as a kid and I really wanted to do this."
Meanwhile, the brunette mother-of-two - she has 22-month-old son Noah and Bodhi, five months, with husband Brian Austin Green - admitted she had to cut out bread to help her get back to her pre-baby figure.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles releases in UK cinemas on 17 October and 8 August in United States.
Here is the trailer of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.