Is anyone surprised that teen bride Courtney Stodden posed naked in a magazine?

The “Couples Therapy” star finally got paid to bare it all after being denied by Hugh Hefner’s Playboy magazine.

Even though “Playboy” didn’t want Dough Hutchison’s 18-year-old wife, “Girls and Corpses” did. That’s right, the blonde model posted for a magazine named “Girls and Corpses."

The magazine is described as "sort of like Maxim magazine meets 'Dawn of the Dead.'" Each issue promises photos of "beautiful, scantily clad young beauties posing with hideous, decaying, festering corpses."

On April 1, the "Couples Therapy" cast member wrote to her followers on Twitter, "Check out my censored Girls & Corpses cover! Purchase it here to see me uncensored." 

The reality-star told E! News she decided to pose for the magazine because it was fun and racy.

"'Girls and Corpses’ is a silly, yet sexy magazine, which fits my personality perfectly. That's why I did it,” she said.

The over-sexualized teen posed with nothing but a zombie and a veil as “The Corpse Bride.”

When asked what it was like to pose with a corpse she said, "It was definitely interesting, of corpse…hehe."

Stodden rose to fame when she married Hutchison, 51, when she was only 16. She garnered more attention through her Twitter account, where she posed sexy pictures that left little to the imagination. When she turned 18, numerous porn offers came rolling in -- but the young starlet refused to act in adult films. Instead, she offered herself to Playboy, but according to a source from TMZ, she doesn’t meet the magazine’s “standards.”

Stodden "doesn't meet the standards of a Playboy model" and added she looks too "enhanced." Another insider said to TMZ, "[Playboy] would never take her. I don’t think anybody really wants to see that anyway." A rep for Playboy said to the celebrity news site, "Playboy has not approached Courtney Stodden to pose in the magazine, and has no plans to do so."

Stodden's spooky issue will stars shipping April 15.