Boobs and ass crack. You’d think it’d be easy to tell these two types of celebrity cleavage apart. But sometimes, given an odd angle, a creative outfit or plastic surgery, it can be more difficult than you think. Click through and see how well you can decipher the celebrity and their cleave. Good luck! You’re gonna need it.
“I think I’m a butt guy. I just like butts. I’m attracted to them … Do I have any favorites? Nicki Minaj has got a nice one.”
– Justin Bieber gives a shout out to Nicki Minaj’s booty in Q Magazine. Not surprising considering he’s admitted to crushing on Beyonce and Kim Kardashian in the past, both well endowed in the booty department. But now that he’s Selena Gomez’s boyfriend, it might have been wise of him to mention her butt as his favorite. At least, if he intends to keep her. [Entertainment Wise]
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I have a couple or 10 friends who are seriously tatted up. And one of ‘em even has a butt tattoo. But his butt tattoo is nowhere near as serious as the tattoo this anonymous lady got on her bum. I get feeling your dark side, but feeling it enough that you want to sit on it every day? Well, that is serious.
French Vogue‘s got the scoop — or rather the two scoops — of Gisele Bunchen’s butt on its latest cover. The topless supermodel poses with a sandy bottom on the June issue, showing off her perfect backside. What was it that Kelis said about her milkshake bringing all the boys to the yard? [Vogue]
Who says your ass has to be teeny, tight, and toned to be beautiful? There’s a billion different ways to be beautiful. Amirite? Let’s hear it for the ladies who’ve got a bit of somethin’ somethin’ going on back there. They make all of us love our own bodies more. Hooray for real real curves on real women.
Here are our five favorite celebs with curves going all the way down. These women have the kind of confidence we love — the confidence that says “Here I am, all of me, and I’m luscious!” Read more …
Two years ago, Levi’s debuted their new Curve ID jeans by blasting our eyeballs with ads about their three different “slight curve,” “demi curve,” and “bold curve” shape versions. The sizes ranged from 2 to 14 and each size offered versions for different shaped curves. Some women were apoplectic about Levi’s over these jeans: first, because the tag line was “All asses were not created equal,” and second, because none of the models were particularly curvy. Some critics said a line like “All asses were not created equal” implied that some asses are, in fact, better than others. Another point of contention was why Curve ID ads didn’t have more women of color in their advertisements, since they purported to be for “curvy” girls and plenty of women of color are rocking curves. Keep reading »