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Cover Photo By: Terry Richardson Publication: GQ Date: November 2010 I will never understand why so many people got their undies in a bunch over this one.
I get that Dianna Agron and Lea Michele play teenagers on television but they are not actually teenagers. If they choose to wear sexy clothes and pose in photos like the ones they posed for in this shoot, it really is their business.
The problem, of course, was that unlike Dianna and Lea, Britney was still a teenager when this photo was shot.
It was argued at the time that Britney wasn’t showing us anything we hadn’t already seen in her videos and I think that is a pretty fair point. It was scandalous, sure but I’m not sure it deserved quite the outrage it got.
Featured Celebrity/Politician: OJ Simpson Cover Photo By: Los Angeles Police Department Publication: Time Date: June 27, 1994 I tried very hard to avoid photo editing controversies on this list. Second, I don’t believe many of the photo editing scandals were nearly as bad as the other controversial magazine covers we’ve talked about or will talk about.
There are two naked men sandwiching a naked girl and the trio is splattered in fake blood. I have never, and likely will never, understand what was co controversial about this shot.
That’s pretty racy stuff and as we’ve seen so far, there is little in this world that makes people hit the panic button like a little skin. To understand the decision to include the fake blood though, you need to understand the kind of show is. Sure John is naked and you can see a little bit of bum cheek but is that honestly such a big deal?
To be honest though, I’m not sure it was really the implied threesome that had people so upset though. This photo, to me anyway, captures the love he had for his wife.
The machine gun bra was first seen in Gaga’s video for Featured Celebrity/Politician: Britney Spears Cover Photo By: David La Chapelle Publication: Rolling Stone Date: April 1999 Speaking of sexy magazine covers, Britney Spears cornered the market long before anyone had even heard of Lea Michele and Dianna Agron.
Back in 1999, Britney caused quite an uproar when she appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone wearing little more than her undies; a come hither look in her eyes as she peered into the camera.