Age is just a number for a group of Ohio seniors who bared it all for a charity calendar.

As we heard last night on "The Special Report" Grapevine, the fun-loving centerfolds were the 80 and 90-year-old residents of Pleasant Pointe Assisted Living.

And their poses caused quite a stir.

The facility needed to bring in extra receptionists to field calls from media outlets across the country after AP picked up on the story.

Miss January posed with nothing but a giant exercise ball, while Miss February was photographed in a bathtub with candles, a box of chocolates and rose pedals. 

A spokesperson for the facility said the residents had a blast doing the calendars, which are being sold for $12 to benefit a charity that provides shoes for needy children.

The Akron Beacon Journal reported:

As is apparent when looking at the pictures, Clapper said the sharp-minded men and women are a fun-loving bunch who were eager to participate.

“That morning of the shoot … the residents were like 20-year-olds — giggling, and having the time of their lives. I do not believe the elderly should just sit around staring at each other. I want a fun environment where I challenge them and they challenge me,” said Pleasant Pointe administrator Teresa Morris. “I love supporting their independence and will go above and beyond for each of them.”