Perhaps they want to make others believe that they have nothing to hide?!
Because they are celebrities and they believe that they are so important they can do what they want to get even more attention to feed their over inflated egos.
The collective will power of those who admire and desire them over powers their own good sense. Either that or simply because they can do what ever they want in a open society.
Because it will create attention and publicity. Often, when a celeb feels their star is falling, they will do or wear something outlandish to create a buzz.
I know what you mean, I think being naked and showing all your body parts is now part of being a celebrity and getting mainstream attention. Its getting out of control.
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