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Heather Mills + Nudity = Charity Fundraising

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At first, I thought the whole Michael Bolton posing with Nicole Sheridan’s naked ass charity campaign was a unique occurrence. Especially when it was going towards a young boys charity ironically called The Hole In The Wall Gang. Amy Winehouse going nude for breast cancer even made more sense — as did all those actresses being covered in vegetables for PETA.

But Sheridan isn’t alone — in fact, she could always claim she was just following Heather Mills — who in 1999, posed nude in a variety of photos for her anti-landmine charity. Wha? From the article,

“Before Mills met her now ex-husband Paul McCartney, she agreed to pose nude in some photos for a British fashion photographer in 1999 for her landmine charity. Some of the photos feature Heather wearing her prosthetic leg, and others show her without it. But all the photos show her naked. Beacuse nothing says “charity” like nude photos, right? When Heather married Paul, she used his legal team to intimidate against releasing the photos- but now that Mills doesn’t have her husband’s lawyers to stop it, the photos have hit the Internet.”

Goodbye legal team, hello Heather Mills in the buff. They’re pretty tasteful — one of them even features a pom-pom and a purse — but I have absolutely no idea how anyone looking at these should think “Yes, a few less landmines in the world would be a good thing.” Perhaps I’m lacking imagination.

View more of the shots over at Celeb|bitchy

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