Shailene Woodley Reveals How She’s Lost Her Virgintity Five Times

There’s no doubt that within the last year Shailene Woodley has completely transformed from the “girl next door” to total Hollywood bombshell, chopping her hair in to a chic and sexy pixie and unafraid to show off her amazing body and killer legs–an asset we can’t keep our eyes off of in her latest magazine spread.

The 23-year-old actress covers GQ’s “Men of the Year” issue, picking up her new role as “Crush of the Year.” And she does it with ease, posing lustfully in a mini dress with sky-high heels and showing off her ever-lasting legs all the while making seductive faces at the camera.

She’s definitely become a woman men lust after, and it seems that anyone who hires her has caught on to that fact: she’s lost her virginity five times on-camera.

When asked about it, she answers after counting to be sure, “Five. The Secret Life of the American TeenagerFault, Divergent, White Bird in a Blizzard, and The Spectacular Now.”

Two of those men included Miles Teller and Ansel Elgort, both of whom have become very popular amongst the ladies this year.  So which one did Woodley prefer losing her on-screen virginity to?

“Um, both different,” she responds diplomatically.

Okay, that may have been tough to answer, but what about their scent?  You know a girl can always judge a man by his scent…

“That’s actually a hilarious question, because on Divergent, Ansel used to wear this really awful-smelling deodorant. I joked, ‘If you book Fault in Our Stars, just don’t wear deodorant.’ He goes, ‘Yeah, OK. Fine.’ Then he booked it! So I wear this deodorant that I make myself, and I gave him some of that. But he just chose not to wear it—he just wore nothing the whole time,” the actress revealed. “So I guess Ansel smells more pheromone-y and Miles smells more—is delicious an appropriate word to say for a man?”

But Shailene is much more than a young actress who loses her virginity on-screen a lot… In fact, it’s safe to say she’s the next major Hollywood actress.  But how has that transition been for a girl who’s from a small Southern California town and eats clay and believes in mushroom tea?

“The weirdest adjustment was to sort of absorb the labeling the press loves to do,” Woodley admitted. “Oh, she’s this person or she’s that person.”  She added, joking, “I’m the hippie who hugs everyone when they meet me!”

Despite mocking herself, she knows she has the power to stay true to who she is and who she’s always been: “I would never give anyone else the power to change my personal virtues.”