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Is Toni Braxton Posing for Playboy to Alleviate $10-50 Million Debt?

Singer assures fans that the shoot will be 'tasteful'

January 5, 2011 5:05 PM ET
Is Toni Braxton Posing for Playboy to Alleviate $10-50 Million Debt?
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Toni Braxton is hoping to cash in big for flaunting her best assets.

The 43-year-old singer, who estimated she was between $10 million and $50 million in debt when she filed for bankruptcy in October, is mulling an offer from Playboy to pose for the iconic men's magazine.

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"New Year, New opportunities. So I have been considering taking up Playboy's offer to feature me on their cover this year. What you think?" Braxton asked her Twitter followers Tuesday. "I would love to pose with Hugh Hefner though. He's the sexiest guy I know over 30."

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The Grammy winner, who next appears on the WE reality show Braxton Family Values in April, assured fans that the shoot "will be tastefully done."

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"Don't expect full nudity," the mom of two added. "Just a lil T and A. They have asked me about three times before."

Braxton did not specify how much Playboy offered her to appear on its cover.

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