A MASSIVE amount of celebrity nudes hit the web over the weekend . . . including Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Selena Gomez, Hilary Duff, Kirsten Dunst, and Lea Michele.
Apparently someone hacked into the Apple iCloud, and stole photos people had taken on their phones and backed up online...
When staying in a hotel, there is an expectation of privacy, right? Well, ESPN correspondent Erin Andrews lost that privacy big time in 2008 when video was taken of her naked through a hole in her hotel room wall and then leaked onto the Internet. Andrews is now filing suit.
As you may have heard, naked photos of Scarlett Johansson leaked onto the Internet Wednesday.
In apparent nod to the authenticity of the self-shots, sources connected with Scarlett Johansson have told TMZ that they have already contacted the FBI because they believe the photos were removed from Johansson’s phone illegally by a hacker.
America might soon be seeing a lot more of Casey Anthony.
Porn provocateur Larry Flynt confirmed Thursday night that he has offered Anthony, who was acquitted of murdering her two-year old daughter in a highly controversial trial, $500,000 plus 10 percent of the issue’s profits if she appears nude in Hustler.
Blake Lively is at the center of Internet gossip today after a hacker released 17 new photos which allegedly feature the 'Gossip Girl' star without her clothes on.
The new photos were released after Lively's team denied she took them. "Blake has never taken nude photos of herself," her rep told PEOPLE on Wednesday. "Blake will pursue legal action against the publication which initia
Mariah Carey and husband Nick Cannon posed nude for the latest cover of OK! Magazine, in which the Grammy-winning singer shows off her very pregnant belly.
Still, the photo spread is careful not to reveal too much; in two separate cases, Cannon's hands and Carey's hair are strategically placed so that we don't see their, you know, other parts.
The question remains: Is this spread romantic - or tac