But a number of other famous women whose boobs and rear ends are suddenly plastered online - courtesy of a hacker who broke into their cell phones and who created what has become known as The Fappening - have taken to Twitter and denied the authenticity of these images.
"To every1 going on about my 'nudes' & my 'm&g prices' neither are real!," Ariana Grande wrote yesterday, adding:
"my lil ass is a lot cuter than that lmao & tour details r comin soon... but forreal tho whoever thought those were actually me...... love u but I'm praying for u."
Similarly, McKayla Maroney (who also says the naked pics out there are not of her) thinks this hacker needs to find Jesus.
Victoria Justice, meanwhile, also has bad news for anyone ogling lewd shots of her:
"These so called nudes of me are FAKE people," she Tweeted. "Let me nip this in the bud right now. *pun intended*"
Finally, Yvonne Strahovski (Chuck, Dexter, 24) has taken a serious tone in first shooting down the legitimacy of anyone image purporting to depict her naked body... and also in decreeing this heinous act.
"It is with great sadness and disappointment that I address this hacking issue," Strahovski writes on Instagram. "To my fellow actresses whose privacy has been invaded - my heart goes out to you. I'm so disappointed that there are people in the world who feel the need to comitt these criminal acts.
"Some of these pictures are fake, my own included. Regardless—I ask you all—do not sahre the links. Don't even look at the photos. Just let people have the privacy they deserve. Integrity is sacred."
Did you see the movie Sex Tape. Well, neither did anyone else, but hear it's all about how the Apple's iCloud can lead to embarrassment. We're guessing some selfie-happy stars are wishing they'd watched the flick.