Girls' 'hardcore XXX porn' 'Lust For Life' nude video star speaks

Naked star didn't know filming was for music video

Girls' 'hardcore XXX porn' 'Lust For Life' nude video star speaks

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Girls' hardcore porn video for their song 'Lust For Life' recently leaked online – and now the naked star of the video has told NME.COM that he had no idea the footage was for a music video until he turned up to the shoot.

The video features full-frontal shots of frontman Hunx of San Francisco band Hunx And His Punx being pleasured. Hunx told NME.COM that he agreed to appear mainly due to the attractiveness of director Aaron Brown.

"The director Aaron Brown is really hot," he explained. "Like a super good looking Jewish fox. He told me he wanted to make videos for my band so I was intrigued. Then I got a call from my boyfriend and he told me that Aaron wanted to film us 'getting sexy'. I didn't even know it was for a Girls video 'til I got to the shoot."

Despite not knowing the full extent of the project until turning up to filming sessions, Hunx said that he had no qualms about being filmed intimately.

"Are you kidding?" he said when asked if he had reservations. " I was naked in BUTT magazine and also one of my band's singles, for 'You Don't Like Rock N Roll', it has a scratch-off cover... if you scratch it you can see my boner!"

He went on to say that he was unsurprised that the video soon proved a hit online: "I had a feeling that Girls would be big 'cos Christopher [Owens, frontman] is dreamy in a Macaulay Culkin sibling kind of culty way. And he's a really sweet guy. But I didn't really give much thought to the video. We shot it in literally ten minutes. I don't have any regrets doing it."

When asked how natural the scene was, Hunx claimed it was all for real. "It's pretty much what my boyfriend and I would be doing at any given moment in his bed," he said. "Only we'd probably be doing that to Sylvester or Prince or The Germs."

When asked if he'd be up for appearing in a sequel, Hunx said he'd have to up the ante of the shoot to agree to take part. "I'd do it if it involved a three-way with me, my boyfriend and Christopher," he suggested.

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