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Why Are All These Celebrities Leaving Their Underwear At Home!?

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The Oscars Red Carpet was bevy to a lot of sequins and skin this year. We’re not complaining, especially after witnessing Heidi Klum‘s bangin’ bod at Elton John‘s viewing party! Breaking the internet a bazillion times over (we might exaggerate), Rita Ora and Irina Shayk decided to join the supermodel. Wearing very little fabric, Rita and Irina struck a few poses on the red carpet at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party, while leaving their bare behinds on display!

Rita Ora looked mesmerising in her Donna Karan gown. While the front of her dress looked sexy as hell, leaving some sheer fabric towards her hips, as soon as she turned around… boom! There was a whole lot of bare booty and no one could ignore it. As for her makeup, I can’t even begin to express how on point it was.

Rita Ora (Source: Instagram | @DonnaKaran)

Rita Ora (Source: Instagram | @DonnaKaran)

Wait for it…

Rita Ora (Source: Instagram | @RitaOra)

Rita Ora (Source: Instagram | @RitaOra)

Irina Shayk was next in line to shock us all with her risqué dress. Somewhat similar to Rita’s, Irina’s bod was on full display in her Atelier Versace black mesh gown and pointy black pumps.

Irina Shayk (Source: Instagram | @Versace_Official)

Irina Shayk (Source: Instagram | @Versace_Official)

Irina Shayk (Source: Instagram | @IrinaShayk)

Irina Shayk (Source: Instagram | @IrinaShayk)

She kept her makeup simple, opting for a nude lip which gave us much to ogle at with her bodacious bod. She rocked that dress to all limits and beyond! While Rita’s gown gave us more of a glimpse of her booty-on-duty, we’re happy that the fabric paneling cut us off before any butt crack cleavage was in sight.

So guys, what’s the verdict? Which of these bare babes do you think rocked their after party gown, sans underwear?

First posted on MissMalini.

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Author: simritadhillon

Fashion & Beauty Market Entry Specialist & an avid Button Collector

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