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 "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.