Kate Nash
Kate Nash admitted that her nude scenes in Netflix’s “Glow” are empowering. Pictured: Actress attends the Mara Hoffman fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2015 at The Salon at Lincoln Center on Feb. 14, 2015. Getty Images/Chelsea Lauren

Kate Nash talked about her empowering nude scenes in “Glow.”

Nash, who takes on her first major acting role in “Glow,” gives life to wrestler Rhonda Richardson. The British singer recently admitted that her daring scenes in the Netflix series has helped boost her confidence when it comes to her shape and figure. She felt “vulnerable” sometimes, but the whole experience was “empowering.”

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“I found the whole thing very empowering. I did three (nude scenes),” said Nash, as quoted by Daily Mail. “I think this whole show for me was about embracing my body and accepting myself and, you know, working with Jenji Kohan and such a strong group of female creators. There was so much purpose to what we were doing with our bodies, it never felt like it was wrong or weird. I felt vulnerable sometimes but that was really more me being harsh on myself.”

Nash, 29, explained further that wrestling helped her realize that she could use her body for a purpose. At the time, her concern was more about becoming a good wrestler and less about looking good. She also praised her co-stars for the support they extended toward one another. They were vulnerable in different ways, but the experience was inspiring.

“I think being vulnerable and being naked is also like, ‘We’re human’, it’s weird that we are so uncomfortable with our bodies,’” Nash explained.

According to Variety, Netflix’s “GLOW” stands for “Gorgeous Ladies Of Wrestling,” which was a program that ran from 1986 to 1990 out of Las Vegas. A 2012 documentary titled “GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling” recounted the different challenges that those women encountered throughout their career.

Netflix’s “GLOW” is a fictionalized version of the said documentary. It revolves around Ruth Wilder (Alison Brie), who wanted to be a serious actor but was crabby about her lack of consequence. The show was created by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch and is executive produced by Jenji Kohan.

In other news, Nash accused Snapchat earlier this year of using a filter with her music “Foundation” without her permission. “Hi @Snapchat Do you pay ppl for the use of their work? Been off a record label now for 5 years. Is this legal? I should be paid PLS RETWEET,” she wrote on Twitter.

Snapchat has since taken the filter down and explained that they received a license from a third-party company who claimed to have full rights of the song, Mashable reported.

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