Lindsay Lohan's Playboy pictorial leak is nothing new in today's "must have everything right now" climate. With the Internet, social media and ambitious hackers, nude photos barely have a chance to get produced before they are brought to the public.
For those, however, who are waiting for the upcoming issue of the leading men's magazine, the troubled starlet pays homage to the late Marilyn Monroe by dawning blond hair and posing nude in front of a red backdrop, similar to the photo spread the "Some Like It Hot" star did in December 1953.
This year, there have been other leaks involving nude celebrities. Which "leaked" photos were the best? Here are the top three nude celebrity leaks of 2011 that were a hit on the Internet.
One of the most beautiful women in the world had her cell phone hacked into. Why? Well, apparently the actress photographed herself nude. How the hackers knew that she had naked photos of herself is anyone's guess. The former Mrs. Ryan Reynolds got the feds involved to get these photos off the web. Unfortunately, the leaked pictures were on the Internet long enough for anxious fans to catch a glimpse. All I'm saying is if you take photos of yourself naked, don't be surprised if they end up in the wrong hands. Because you don't want to know what those hands are doing.
The "Bandslam" star had nude photos leaked on the web in 2011. I'm not sure what the emphasis on "leaked" here is as this was the third time pictures surfaced from the "High School Musical" actress. The first set appeared in 2007 and the second in 2009. Either way, the result was the same; a very naked starlet who can't figure out why these things keep happening to her. Can you say, attention?
Blake Lively:It appears that if you're on the hit show, "Gossip Girls," some sort of nudity must surface on the web. The first case was with wild child and rocker Taylor Momsen of The Pretty Reckless, whose flashing has become as regular as a Vanessa Hudgens Leaked Photo Set. The "other" gossip girl in this case, however, denied that the leaked photos were real and although no one really knows, or cares, the result was an astounding publicity move that got attention where it apparently was needed. Each photo was meticulously shot so the woman's face, save for one, was hidden. The one that was not, conversely, brought speculation on the actress, which solidified why the show is called "Gossip Girl," because the outcome was merely that, gossip.
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