16 Nude Celebrities Whose Birthday Suits Have Covered National Magazines

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The Internet was taken aback this week when a photo of Julia Louis-Dreyfus nude on the Rolling Stone cover went viral.

Because the star's body is covered by the Constitution? Partly.

But mostly because it's Julia Louis-Dreyfus! She's someone you associate with actual muffin tops, thanks to a classic Seinfeld episode, not bodily muffin tops.

Still, the multiple-time Emmy winner isn't alone when it comes to baring (almost) all on the cover of a national magazine. Far from it, in fact.

Below, we've collected a number of these memorable poses, from those you'd most expect (hi, Lindsay Lohan!) to those you'd least expect:


I don't know if this has anything to do with this topic, but why is it considered so offensive to see a woman nude, but it's perfectly alright to see men posing nude all the time? For example, I was watching the MTV Movie Awards last night and they had Zac Efron accepting an award for best abs, or something and Rita Ora just ripped off his shirt while he was accepting the award. Nobody seems bothered by that, yet everyone is quick to slam Julia Louis Dreyfus for posing naked and Miley Cyrus for being naked. It's a bit of a double standard if you ask me.


wher was I?


why would anybody do that and post nude pictures of there selfs like that

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