20 Actresses Who Probably Needed Therapy After These Love Scenes

4. Mila Kunis


Mila Kunis has come to terms with doing sex scenes but she’s also said that she’d like the world to know that there’s “no comfort whatsoever” to be had during their filming. She says that between dealing with the lighting demands and the film crew – it’s a tiring and traumatic experience. She too recalls “Black Swan” in an interview with Maxim as an example of an uncomfortable scene.


3. Jenna Dewan

018-3-jenna-dewan-709639Jenna Dewan’s an actress, model and dancer. She says it’s not so much the sex scenes that she finds hard to deal with but rather the fact that her partner, another actor, does sex scenes too and that they often end up hanging around the other people who starred in the scenes – trying to act like nothing ever happened. She says the scenes in her TV show, “Witches of East End,” were so uncomfortable that she covers her husband’s eyes if they’re on the TV.


2. Blake Lively

019-2-blake-lively-709606Blake starred in the CW series “Gossip Girl” and has also appeared in many movies. She recalls that the worst sex scene she ever had to do was for “The Town.” She turned up to the set, shook her co-star’s hand and was told to get on with things immediately. Awkward, very awkward indeed.


1. Kristen Stewart

020-1-kristen-stewart-709562Kristen Stewart was the star of the Twilight series of movies which featured a war between vampires and werewolves. However, she said the sex scene in the “Breaking Dawn” episode of the series was “agony” and that it was “grotesquely uncomfortable.” She also says that she hates doing sex scenes of any kind.

So there you have it — just when you thought that the life of an actress was nothing but glamor and jet-setting; it turns out that every job has its really awkward moments.

Of course, just because someone’s on screen it doesn’t mean that they feel any more secure in being naked in front of strangers than anyone else would.

So, if you’re thinking about an acting career, you might want to ask yourself if you’re really cut out for showing everything you’ve got to everybody in the world. If not – you might want to opt for something else.