Popular Actress Ireti Doyle Sets Condition For Nude Scene Roles

Timileyin Abdulsalam By Timileyin Abdulsalam - Entertainment Reporter
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Popular actress Ireti Doyle has emphasised that she would only consider a nude scene if the script provided a valid rationale.

The seasoned actress says that she sets boundaries for the roles she undertakes in movies. She revealed this in the recent episode of Pulse’s podcast, “Terms and Conditions.”.

Ireti was asked about roles she would reject; she revealed that her decision hinges on the script itself.

During the interview, she clarified that her considerations go beyond romantic scenes, stressing that a nude scene must not be driven by mere sensationalism or clickbait.

She asserted, “If you expect me to go nude in a scene, the script will have to justify it. If it’s for sheer sensationalism and clickbait, absolutely not.”

Doyle expressed willingness to engage in such scenes if they contribute to storytelling about sensitive topics like rape or abuse. She underscored the importance of finding a middle ground to achieve the desired level of realism.

Addressing the prevalent trend of Brazilian Butt Lifts (BBL) in the entertainment industry, Doyle rejected the notion that a BBL is necessary for success in acting.

She argued that a BBL body is not sustainable for an industry that requires diversity in shapes and sizes.

Challenging stereotypes, she posed a rhetorical question, asking whether a person with a BBL-shaped body could fit into every role, and emphasised the need for acceptance of various body types in the industry.

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By Timileyin Abdulsalam Entertainment Reporter
Timileyin Abdulsalam, a journalist, and content writer based in Lagos, is versatile in crafting articles that cover a broad spectrum of topics, including entertainment, politics, social issues, technology, crime, and justice. His unique storytelling style is well-known among readers. Having graduated from the University of Ilorin, Timileyin also holds certifications in Journalism, Broadcast Journalism, and a Professional Certificate in Media and Communication.