Mr. Skin Announces The Top 100 Celebrity Nude Scenes of All Time

To Celebrate 10 Years Documenting Nakedness in Mainstream Movies and TV, the World's #1 Source for Celebrity Nudity Counts Down Hollywood's All-Time Best of the Bare.

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It was a difficult task, but ten years of research, and input from millions of Mr. Skin users and nudity fans, got us there. I really do have the best job in the world!

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 9, 2009

Mr. Skin announced that from June 8th until the week of August 10th, 2009, he will count down the Top 100 Celebrity Nude Scenes of All Time. It couldn't be a better time for Jim "Mr. Skin" McBride to announce this list, as August 10th will mark the 10-year anniversary of his website, MrSkin.com.

MrSkin.com will unveil the highly anticipated Top 100 list throughout the summer in conjunction with the Summer of Skin, a series of swanky poolside events taking place across the country. "This being our 10th-anniversary year, we wanted to make a big splash with the definitive list of celebrity nude scenes," says McBride; "It was a difficult task, but ten years of research, and input from millions of Mr. Skin users and nudity fans, got us there. I really do have the best job in the world!" The list contains some all-time favorites, as well as many surprises. The number one nude scene of all time, as well as the top 100 in its entirety, will be revealed exclusively on The Howard Stern Show on August 11th.

When it comes to nudity on screen, there is only one name you turn to--Jim "Mr. Skin" McBride. MrSkin.com is a website dedicated to celebrating nudity in cinema. Since August 1999, MrSkin.com has provided the world with the most detailed database of "the good parts" in film. But make no mistake, MrSkin.com is far more than just a website celebrating nudity. McBride is truly a movie and history buff and he has won respect and admiration from the online film community with his spot-on movie reviews and astounding wealth of knowledge. With celebrity fans such as Howard Stern, Jimmy Kimmel, and Adam Corolla, Jim "Mr. Skin" McBride has become one of radio's most celebrated personalities. The Chicago Tribune called MrSkin.com "The foremost authority on female movie nudity," columnist Richard Roeper wrote, "Mr. Skin knows more about nudity in the movies than any other person who has ever lived," and the website even starred alongside Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigl in the movie Knocked Up.

After ten years in business, countless radio and television appearances, and a starring role in a major Hollywood blockbuster movie, Mr. Skin has solidified his position as a walking database and the authority on the subject of nudity in mainstream cinema. As such, who better to decide the Top 100 Celebrity Nude Scenes of All Time? Stay tuned throughout the Summer of Skin to see who makes it to the top of the list.

About Mr. Skin and MrSkin.com:
Mrskin.com is the world's foremost authority on celebrity nudity and #1 online resource for celebrity nudity news and reviews. MrSkin.com attracts more that 3.5 million unique users every month who come to experience the site's vast library of celebrity nudity material--more than 16,500 actress bios, 28,500 movie and TV show reviews, plus over 175,000 photos and videos. Mr. Skin himself (a.k.a. Jim McBride) is one of the most sought-after guests in radio and regularly reaches over 4 million listeners every week. The Mr. Skin Minute can also be heard every week on The Howard Stern Show. MrSkin.com played a pivotal role in the blockbuster Hollywood comedy Knocked Up (2007), and the Mr. Skin empire has been profiled in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Playboy, Maxim, The Chicago Tribune, The Chicago Sun-Times, and The New York Post. Mr. Skin has also appeared as a celebrity nudity expert on VH1, E!, BBC, and Comedy Central.

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