Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) February 26, 2014
With the Academy Awards mere days away, MrSkin.com—the world's #1 resource for celebrity nudity—has just announced the winners of a much more skinsational competition. Jim “Mr. Skin” McBride revealed the honorees of his 15th Annual Anatomy Awards LIVE on The Howard Stern Show on Tuesday, paying tribute to the top actresses who flashed their flesh in film, television, and multimedia from the previous year.
And the Anatomy Award Goes To...
The Wolf of Wall Street
BEST TV SHOW
Masters of Sex
CELEBRITY NUDE DEBUT
January Jones in Sweetwater
BEST FULL FRONTAL
Rosario Dawson in Trance
Emily Ratajkowski in Blurred Lines
Ellen Hollman in Spartacus
NUDECOMER OF THE YEAR
Margot Robbie in The Wolf of Wall Street
Other honorees included Tina Fey for Best Nip-Slip, Shiri Appleby for Best Pearl Necklace, Toni Collette for Best Fart Lighting Scene, and Gaby Hoffmann for Best Monster Muff. This year's Lifetime Skinchievement Award went to former model and current big screen siren Charlize Theron, whose previous accolades include a Best Actress Oscar for Monster (2003). All of the winning nude scenes from 2013 can now be seen for FREE onMrSkin.com’s 15th Annual Anatomy Awards page
For a complete listing of the winners visit Mr. Skin's 15th Annual Anatomy Awards page.
About Mr. Skin:
Launched in 1999 as a film-review site that enables fans to "fast forward to the good parts,"MrSkin.com is world's foremost authority on female celebrity nudity. Bringing in more than 10 million unique visitors every month, the site has a vast library of celebrity nudity material - more than 20,000 actress bios, 30,000 movie and TV show reviews, plus over 200,000 photos and videos. MrSkin.com played a pivotal role in the blockbuster Hollywood comedy Knocked Up (2007), and founder Jim "Mr. Skin" McBride continues to be one of the most sought-after guests in radio, appearing regularly on The Howard Stern Show, and garnering profiles in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Chicago Tribune, Playboy, and The New York Post.