Quality Celebrity Naked Photos

What will you find here?

Celebrities naked is what you are looking for? This is the right place! Our website offers thousands of top quality pictures of famous celebrities. We have all sort of stars: models, actresses and actors, singers and other famous people. Not all of them have naked photos, but some pictures are very hot.

Where did we find those pictures?

Some of the pictures where found over the internet, some were captured from TV and DVDs. Most of them are of top quality. We din't resize, crop or blur them.

What is "naked"?

By naked photos we mean you can see a nice part of undressed skin. Sometimes it's naked breast or butts of a celebrity. Sometimes just leg or men's chest. Just look at naked breasts of Jennifer Lopez! Sometimes they are totally nude, but you can't see "better" parts becouse they're "under" the photo. There are also lot's of paparazzi photos - taken by hidden photographers.

Full list of naked bodyparts :)

Alphabetical directory of names

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Whose pictures do we have?

The list of celebrities is getting longer every day. We are searching the net very intensively. Some of the pictures are sent by our friends of celq.com visitors, so visit this website often! You will find something new from time to time.



  1. Having no clothing on the body; nude.
  2. Having no covering, especially the usual one: a naked sword.
  3. Devoid of vegetation, trees, or foliage: the naked ground; naked tree limbs.
  4. Being without addition, concealment, disguise, or embellishment: the naked facts; naked ambition.
  5. Devoid of a specified quality, characteristic, or element: a look that was naked of all pretense.
  6. Exposed to harm; vulnerable: “naked to mine enemies” (Shakespeare).
  7. Botany.
    1. Not encased in ovaries: naked seeds.
    2. Unprotected by scales: naked buds.
    3. Lacking a perianth: naked flowers.
    4. Without leaves or pubescence: naked stalks.
  8. Zoology. Lacking outer covering such as scales, fur, feathers, or a shell.

[Middle English, from Old English nacod. See nogw- in Indo-European Roots.]
naked·ly adv.
naked·ness n.
Source: The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
Copyright © 2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.

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A celebrity is a famous person. The etymological origin of the word is "one who is celebrated." An alternative definition of a celebrity is a person who is famous for being famous (regardless of what first brought them to fame). What it takes to be a celebrity depends on the cultural context and the period in history. The advent of mass media increased the public interest in celebrities, and has even developed into a self-substantiating circuit (the 'cult of celebrity' - being famous for being famous, and not for having achieved anything else). Some ordinary people volunteer to become known on television (for example, in reality television shows) for a taste of celebrity, though celebrity from a reality show is usually called "fleeting celebrity" or "15 minutes of fame" (a term coined by Andy Warhol).

One important work on the celebrity industry, High Visibility, (by the communications studies experts Irving J. Rein, Philip Kotler, and Martin Stoller) used a limited definition of celebrity restricted to those persons whose fame can be translated into monetary value.

[Middle English celebrite, fame, from Old French, from Latin celebrits, from celeber, celebr-, famous.]
celebrities n. pl.
ce·leb'ri·ty·hood' n.
Source: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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