Emily Blunt Gets Nude Scene Deleted [PHOTOS]

Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent
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In an interview with Howard Stern, Emily Blunt said she got a nude scene nixed from her latest film “Sicario” because she didn’t want to do it.

“[A nude scene] was in there originally, but it came out because we didn’t agree with it,” Blunt told the radio show host.

“Why didn’t it come out?” Stern asked. “Who’s we?”

“My tits,” Blunt responded.

“You had a conversation with your tits and they said, ‘We’re not coming out for this”? Stern joked. (RELATED: Emily Blunt Is Sorry She Said She Regretted Becoming An American)

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During the interview, the 32-year-old actress said she was surprised by the angry response to her comment that watching the first Republican debate made her regret becoming an American citizen.

“I was bummed, I have to say,” Blunt said.

Emily Blunt apologizes for citizenship comment

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“I was sort of astonished by the outrage, because it was meant completely as an innocuous joke.” (RELATED: Emily Blunt: Republican Debate Made Me Regret Becoming An American)