Liz Hurley! Why Do You Want To Flash Us With Your See-Through Dress?

Wed, February 24, 2010 9:52am EST by 1 Comment

022310_lizhurley_main_544Would you go to a fancy ball with your husband in a see-through dress and no bra on?

That’s what actress Liz Hurley did last night in London, when she attended the fancy Love Ball with her millionaire husband, Arun Nayar. The gorgeous Liz, 44, who wore a blue-grey embellished sari, literally just DIDN’T WEAR the matching sari blouse beneath and we don’t think she just forgot it by accident. The mom of a 7-year-old son, is  well aware of  the attention-getting power of her impressive bust. She first rocketed to fame as Hugh Grant’s girlfriend, when she wore a leather Versace cleavage-baring dress held together by safety pins.

There are no reports of how fellow partiers like supermodels Kate Moss, Natalia Vodianova and designer Stella McCartney, responded to the breast-baring Hurley. But we think it’s safe to say, they survived the flashing unscathed.  Perhaps, Liz took the Love Balls’ charity theme too literally. Funds from the event  were donated to The Naked Heart Foundation!

What do you think of Liz’s see -thru sari look?


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Vesper

Posted at 12:53 PM on February 24, 2010  

That is the definition of skank. She’s also not wearing the underskirt as well. You’d think a “billionaire” could afford someone to teach wifey how to wear a sari if she was going to wear one. They can be rather sexy if worn right.

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