Lindsay Lohan's Playboy cover and the rest of her photos will premiere on the Ellen DeGeneres Show on Dec. 15, according to reports. Viewers will get the first look at Lohan's photos, which are included in the magazine's January/February issue, out on stands later this month.

According to a Playboy publicist who spoke to the New York Daily News, DeGeneres's show was chosen over all other print and broadcast outlets to debut the starlet's much-anticipated spread.

Lindsay has agreed to do one media interview during the on-sale period of her issue, and has chosen Ellen, said the publicist. Lindsay will not be doing any additional interviews to promote her pictorial.

Early reports said that Lohan would do her spread nude, but her mother Dina told The Insider that she wouldn't.

It will be tastefully done, Dina said. She's been working in front of the camera with Ford Models since she was a little girl so she kinda knows how to work that.

Contrarily, Hugh Hefner, Playboy founder, also told The Insider that the photos would be fully nude but, classy, very classy.

Lohan, who is rumored to be getting paid $1 million for posing, has posed as a tribute to the late Marilyn Monroe, who she idolizes.

It's a classic tribute inspired by the original Tom Kelly nude pictorial of Marilyn Monroe, a portion of which was the original playmate which was in the original issue of Playboy, Hefner said about the The Insider.  

Lohan's nude Playboy cover was leaked online on Wednesday before she had plans to reveal them on The Ellen Show.