Kate Moss has always been a woman of few words. So much so, in fact, that a UK radio station raised £200,000 for charity just by getting the supermodel to read on air.
Of course, with that amount of money on the line, Moss couldn't read just any book. She was asked to read what's perhaps the most popular and controversial novel of the past few years: "Fifty Shades of Grey."
Moss read a chapter of the erotic novel live on air Thursday, after BBC Radio 1 listeners pledged the huge sum to Comic Relief to help aid the needy in both Africa and the UK.
The notoriously tight-lipped supermodel told the radio station it was "weird" for her to read the naughty book on air, saying, "There's a reason I don't talk."
A piano accompanied Moss as she read:
"He steps out of his shoes and reaches down to take each of his socks off, never taking his eyes off me. I am rendered speechless by the look of hunger in his eyes. Wow ... to be wanted by this Greek god. I mirror his actions and step out of my black flats. Suddenly, he reaches for me, backing me up against the wall. Kissing me, my face, my throat, my lips ... running his hands through my hair. I feel the cool, smooth tiled wall at my back, and the chill of the ceramic. Tentatively, I place my arms on his upper arms, and he groans as I squeeze tightly."
She finished, laughing hysterically, while the entire studio erupts into applause. Watch the entire reading below: