Sienna Miller's Crotch Enters the Digital Age
Modern technology's a wonderful thing. It can even improve Sienna Miller's crotch.
British newspaper the Mirror reports that the special-effects wizards on Miller's most recent project, '60s period piece Hippie Hippie Shake, had to digitally add pubic hair to the frequently topless but annoyingly sue-happy actress' crotch for historical accuracy.
A studio insider reveals, "She's very much a girl of the Noughties—and this extends to her personal upkeep...Unfortunately, Brazilian [waxes] weren't common in the '60s, and Sienna's part involved one or two nude scenes."
Luckily, computer technology was able to grace Miller's bare nethers with, as the studio source calls it, "a rather unruly, loud and proud bush."
The studio should have contracted the job to the Christian Dior folks. As Sienna's ex-boyfriend Jude Law can attest, those guys are magicians when it comes to adding hair where there is none.