Model Cindy Crawford
giggled about her controversial magazine pose with lesbian star k.d. lang
as she collected an honor for the photographer who took the shot on Saturday.
Crawford accepted the Pioneer Award on behalf of the late photographer Herb Ritts at a Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) gala in Los Angeles.
She recalled being shot by Ritts for the eye-catching 1993 Vanity Fair
cover photo, in which she pretended to shave a suited lang in a bathing suit and high heels.
Crawford chuckled, "I remember k.d. blushing as I climbed on top of her."
A print of one of the shots from that now legendary shoot was sold for $22,000 at an auction following the awards, according to PlanetGossip.eonline.com
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)