New York: Former Mississippi state cheerleader Taylor Corley, who had to give up cheerleading after she posed for Playboy, also left school to pursue a career in reality television.
After posing naked for the men's magazine last November, Corley was asked to choose between her Playboy gig and the squad.
"Me and my coaches decided that it was either Mississippi state cheerleading or my Playboy career," she told a Memphis radio show Memphisport Live earlier this week.
"Pretty much the decision was made for me that I was no longer going to be cheering for them," she said.
After she left the squad, Corley announced she would be leaving school to make her debut in a reality show, reports the New York Daily News.
She said she'll be appearing on a new pilot called Girl Swagg, which "brings 4 women of various backgrounds together to resolve challenges," according to the show's Facebook fan page.
The college freshman said her change in plans shocked everyone.
"I don't think they were expecting something like that to come from a cheerleader, especially in such a conservative state," Corley said.