Ah, breasts. Eva Mendes was happy to show you hers on behalf of Calvin Klein. Jennifer Beals and Sarah Jessica Parker will never show you theirs with the no-nudity clauses in their contracts. Somewhere, someone even thought breasts might make you buy French Fries.
The comments on Gina Vivenetto’s recent Eva Mendes blog post range from, “Lighten up with the nudity laws, Americans!” to “Right on, FCC! People need to keep their clothes on!” Turns out not everyone agrees about when and where bared breasts are acceptable.
Pondering the nude folks that will be dancing in Central Park during tonight’s revival of Hair, New York Magazine asked a few celebrities how they felt about getting naked.
Elle model and author of The Bikini Book Kelly Killoren Bensimon said: “Wooo! Nudity! Well, I’ve never been photographed nude before, ever. I’m like the only model that hasn’t. So, I actually love being in my bikini, I’d love to be in my bikini more than anything else. But the one thing I don’t like about summer is that people are literally taking off their clothes. And the thing about winter is that people really make an effort to be dressed. That’s what I like.”
Kirsten Dunst is all for being naked, but not where she can be photographed:
When asked if there was any place in New York City that she’d get naked, Ugly Betty‘s Ana Ortiz said: “Probably on some rooftop somewhere. The highest rooftop. I did the musical Hair, so I’d say probably on stage at the Delacorte is the best place to get naked.”
I’d probably say the shower is the best place to get naked, but that’s just me.