FHM Hates Me
The final segment deals with Milano's much-ballyhooed liberal attitude towards nudity, her brief marriage, and her current relationship status. We are again told of her love for topless gardening, but reminded of the tight control she maintains over her image. "I have major clauses in my contract saying if I choose to do nudity, I have editing and angle approval or I won't do it." Which seems to be a pretty standard thing for an actress to do, but then again, what the hell do I know? Freer then asks of Milano's eleven-month marriage to Cinjun Tate of Remy Zero, neither of whom I'd heard of prior to this interview. Freer asks Milano if she "[misses] the rock-star life." Milano says that her ex-husband and his band mates in no way resembled "typical rock stars." "They took Dramamine on the tour bus," Milano tells us. "There was no partying or girls [sic]. I expected it to be much darker and seedier than it was."
In response to Freer's question about being single again, Milano announces she "[feels] a bit ridiculous like, 'Of course! The actress marries the rock star and it lasts 11 months!'" She whines about the situation being "cliché," and insists that the last thing her marriage was was a cliché. Whatever. The interview just sort of fizzles out from there, with Milano telling Freer she's not interested in pursuing relationships at this point in her life. Really, that's pretty much how it ends. Milano does, however, come out of her FHM experience in far better shape than Doherty did. Note to Shannen: next time you agree to appear in a lad rag, make sure the interviewer is a woman. You'll be glad you did.