HollywoodLife.com's Editor-in-Chief Bonnie Fuller and Senior Entertainment Reporter Chloe Melas discuss why celebs are forgetting to put on a bra and underwear before they leave the house for big events! Do you think there's any excuse?
Perhaps they're too rushed or they enjoy the attention, but Hollywood is full of exhibitionists. Now HollywoodLife.com has two examples from this week where celebs opted to leave their unmentionables at home but they're probably wishing they didn't. First there was Anne Hathaway. The actress showed up to the NYC premiere of her latest film Les Mis at NYC's The Ziegfeld and she happened to forget to wear underwear, oops! Then LeAnn Rimes showed up to a NoH8 event in Hollywood and she exposed her nipples! What are these ladies thinking? Do they not realize that they're photographed all the time? Anne spoke out about it to the Today show: "Well, it was obviously an unfortunate incident — I think it made me sad on two accounts. One was that I was very sad that we live in an age when someone takes a picture of another person in a vulnerable moment, and rather than delete it and do the decent thing, sells it.
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