Model-turned-actress Emily Ratajkowski knows that you recognize her as the beautiful, scantily clad woman in Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" music video.

She just doesn't care.

The London-born model did not mince words in an interview with InStyle UK when asked about her first mainstream appearance in Thicke's 2013 NSFW video, where Ratajkowski appeared partially nude wearing a skin-tight, flesh colored body suit in the censored version, and goes completely topless in the uncensored version.

"I wasn't into the idea at all at first," she reveals. "I think I came off as a bit annoyed in the video. Now, it's the bane of my existence. When anyone comes up to me about 'Blurred Lines,' I'm like, are we seriously talking about a video from three years ago?"

Ouch!

Back in 2013, Ratajkowski defended the video to Esquire after it was criticized that the video came off as sexist. "The way we are annoying [Thicke and Pharrell,] being playful and having a good time with our body — it's something very important for young women today to have that confidence. I think it's actually celebrating women and their bodies."

The 24-year-old Gone Girl star went on to talk about her willingness to pose nude in magazines and film, saying, "It's weird to me that the reaction to a woman's naked body is so controversial in our culture. My mum taught me to never apologize for my sexuality. My dad never made me feel embarrassed. I also don't think I've ever had an awareness of my own body as being super-sexual. It was always just my body."