From Miley to Nicki to Selena Gomez, there were plenty of stars living the sweet life in 2013. Here are the stars whose birthday desserts made us, in the words of Rihanna, “want that cake.”
Oh, you had a cookie cake for your birthday? Well guess what — for Miley Cyrus‘ 21st birthday, Beacher’s Madhouse gave her a life-size cake of her own naked body covered in marijuana leaves. And she wasn’t even the only one with an extravagant, borderline inappropriate birthday cake this year!
Miley Cyrus’ Sexy Birthday Cake
Miley has a long history with shocking cakes — remember Bob Marley and how she licked penis-shaped confections? — and she added to it in 2013. The cake gifted to her by Beacher’s Madhouse on her birthday was straight out of an XXX version of Cake Boss. The dessert version of Miley was butt-naked with her legs spread completely apart.
Considering how vulgar Miley’s entire year was, I guess it only makes sense that her cake was more raunchy than sweet. Thank heavens though that cake Miley’s privates were covered by strategically placed marijuana leaves.
Nicki Minaj’s Boob Cake
One star whose cake version of herself (this sentence is crazy) was not covered though was Nicki Minaj. Obviously.
Turning 31 on Dec. 8, Nicki was given a bust of her own breasts (this sentence is crazier) in cake form. Written on the cake was the inscription, “Shake your breasts,” which we assume is equivalent to “I love you” to Nicki.
This was another cake that, though extremely inappropriate, seemed pretty appropriate for the birthday girl. Some of the biggest waves Nicki made in 2013 were because of topless selfies she uploaded onto Instagram. She first went topless on June 19, with her nipples concealed only by her hands. Then she went even further on Oct. 31, uploading a shot of herself in just nipple pasties. So when you think about it, Nicki probably LOVED being able to take a sweet bite out of her news-making boobs.
So did Miley and Nicki have the sexiest cakes in 2013, or was it someone else? Click through the gallery above and let us know!
— Andrew Gruttadaro