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Pop Rocks: Ten Celebrities We Wish Would Take Nude Pics of Themselves

Scarlett Johansson. Olivia Munn. Christina Hendricks. Heather Morris:

The Glee star is apparently the latest celeb to fall victim to hackers after a series of racy photos purportedly of the actress (or someone bearing a remarkable resemblance) leaked online yesterday.
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The images include a series of salacious cell phone self-portraits, in a variety of poses. Some photos feature her parading around in two-piece athletic gear. Others show her modeling a variety of outfits, including a skimpy "I'm a Slave 4 U" bikini similar to what Morris wore in Glee's famous Britney Spears episode.

Still others feature the woman completely clothes-less, striking a series of seductive poses.

E! News has reached out to Morris' reps, who have yet to comment.

No shit. What is there to say, really? "Don't take naked photos of yourself...but if you do, use a Polaroid?" Leaked celebrity nudes have been around since a tipsy Mary Todd Lincoln got hold of a daguerreotype, or almost that long, so it's obvious cautionary language has little effect.

Besides, we're overlooking the bigger issue here: When are the people whose goodies we *want* to see going to show a little indiscretion?

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Sofia Vergara The Modern Family star is the second most pulchritudinous celeb out there after Ms. Hendricks, and I've always preferred brunettes anyway.

Jon Hamm Who was "Sexiest Man Alive" last year? How about the year before that? If the answer is anything but "Jon Hamm," People Magazine's whole scientific selection process has been rendered irrelevant.

[Oh right, it was Bradley Cooper. Must have been his tour-de-force performance in The A-Team.]

Erika Christensen Maybe this is just me, but the perpetually tight sweater-clad Christensen is -- literally -- the only reason to watch Parenthood.

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Peter Vonder Haar writes movie reviews for the Houston Press and the occasional book. The first three novels in the "Clarke & Clarke Mysteries" - Lucky Town, Point Blank, and Empty Sky - are out now.
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