Jackass star Steve-O, 47, goes naked for Men's Health magazine: 'There's absolutely nothing that I intend to try to hide'

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Steve-O bared it all last month when he launched his own X-rated website Steve-O-Raw.

And the 47-year-old Jackass star went nude again for the March issue of Men's Health after telling that magazine that he was warned by his publicist to 'not take his d**k out' in front of the photography team.

'For all of the publicist's concerns, like, "Oh, be careful, you're on the record, they're always going to be super nice, and then they're just gonna write . . . ." And I was like, "Cool, man. Great. There's absolutely nothing that I intend to try to hide,"' Steve-O said.      

Nude: Steve-O bared it for the March issue of Men's Health magazine after telling that magazine that he was warned by his publicist to 'not take his d**k out' in front of the photography team

In one of the photos that appeared in the issue, Steve-O (real name: Stephen Gilchrist Glover) was seen completely naked as he rode an exercise bike in his bedroom. 

The performer's fit physique and multiple tattoos were on full display as he turned his head to grimace at the camera.

The London native has now been sober for 14 years and adheres to a healthy lifestyle.

Life changes: The London native has now been sober for 14 years and adheres to a healthy lifestyle

Steve-O rose to fame in 2000 after starring on the hit MTV show, which was notorious for its nudity, obscenity and dangerous stunts.

The entertainer has sustained multiple horrific injuries from his appearances in the Jackass franchise, which now spans multiple spin-off series, five feature films and a video game.

The original cast included Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Chris Pontius, Dave England, Ryan Dunn, Ehren McGhehey, Preston Lacy, and Jason Acuña 

Fame: Steve-O rose to fame in 2000 after starring on the hit MTV show, which was notorious for its nudity, obscenity and dangerous stunts. Seen in 2006

Steve-O told Men's Health that he and his fellow Jackass cast members were able to have successful careers by enabling viewers to indulge in 'everyday sadism' – in which they derive pleasure from the pain of others.

'We make sure that you don't have to feel bad about your everyday sadism, because we're inviting you to enjoy it,' he told the media outlet. 

'So it's completely permissible to enjoy it, because it's understood that the reward is your attention; you're actually being generous when you enjoy it.'  

Issues: Steve-O rose to fame in 2000 after starring on the hit MTV show, which was notorious for its nudity, obscenity and dangerous stunts. Pictured in 2020

The television personality admitted that he sometimes felt inferior to his co-stars and his low self-esteem led him to perform more dangerous stunts. 

He said, 'These guys just had this charisma on camera, and they could make anything funny without risking their bodies or making some huge thing. 

'[Chris] Pontius is that way. He's just a genius. For them it came more natural; they're just talented. I feel like to get footage and to get screen time, I always had to work harder.' 

The former circus clown also explained why he would describe the Jackass franchise as 'wholesome.'

Coming soon: Steve-O will next be seen in the fifth movie installment of the Jackass franchise, Jackass Forever, which debuts on February 4, 2022. Pictured with Mike Tyson in 2011

'I know that it's counterintuitive to describe Jackass as something that's wholesome, but I feel strongly that it is. . . . 

'There's just nothing mean or dark,' he added.

Steve-O will next be seen in the fifth movie installment of the Jackass franchise, Jackass Forever, which debuts on February 4, 2022.

Next month, he is embarking on his comedy tour The Bucket List, which will kick off at the Ector Theater in Odessa, Texas. 

'This whole show is all about existential panic, this race against the clock to do the most spectacularly dumb shit possible before it becomes creepy to watch,' Steve-O told Men's Health.

The stunt man also shared some future plans which include a podcast, merchandise, an animal sanctuary eco-lodge and possibly a tattoo shop.  

'I'm not that great at giving tattoos, but I'm shockingly better than you would imagine,' Steve-O said.

'And the reality is there's pretty crazy demand for a shitty tattoo from Steve-O. I'm mindful about thinking of ways to support myself without being an attention whore.'

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