'You have to use whatever you've got!' Kelly Brook shows off incredible curves in plunging bra top and hotpants as she talks 'exploiting' her body for success

She has one of the best bodies in showbiz and Kelly Brook firmly embraces it. 

Indeed she has built a career on her curves and the model/designer/ actress is not afraid to admit it. 

Speaking in the June issue of Red magazine, Kelly, 35, said:  'You have to use whatever tools you've got. You have to run it like a business – I've got the body, so this is what I can do. And it's an art form in itself to exploit that on many different platforms, in ways that appeal to many different kinds of people.'

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Doing whatever it takes: Kelly Brook showed off her figure in a new shoot for Red magazine's June issue and talked about 'exploiting' her body to get ahead

Doing whatever it takes: Kelly Brook showed off her figure in a new shoot for Red magazine's June issue and talked about 'exploiting' her body to get ahead

And Kelly, who is currently making waves in America with her starring role in Ellen DeGeneres' sitcom One Big Happy, showed off her incredible curves in a glamorous new shoot for the magazine. 

Styled in a plunging bra top and high-waisted knickers, Kelly displayed the gym honed body she has been working hard on since moving to Los Angeles. 

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Kelly speak to Red magazine for it's June issue 

Kelly speak to Red magazine for it's June issue 

Rarely a day goes by without Brook hitting the gym and this, coupled with her devotion to the Atkins diet, has ensured her body is looking better than ever. 

While Kelly is flying high at the moment, she admitted that she wishes women would be more supportive of each other. 

She explained to Red magazine: 'It would be nice if people could just be a bit more supportive. 

'Because it's all about that, I just think we should all support each other, especially as women. You shouldn't knock women for living their dreams.' 

And while many people would think Brook has an idyllic life, she admitted that even she has her bad days. 

Kelly explained: 'Life's hard enough to wake up every morning and have self-love and get out of bed feeling like you can get on with the day. 

'Let alone with someone telling you that you can't do something… and that you're dog s**t.'

Read the full interview with Kelly in Red's June issue, on sale April 30. 

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