Chelsea Handler Explains Why She Continually Posts Nude Photos of Herself

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In case you haven’t noticed, Chelsea Handler loves posting naked pictures online.

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In fact, the 41-year-old Chelsea Does… star, recently explained to Fast Company magazine why the world should expect to see even more of her in the buff. 

“I think nudity is funny, especially when it’s inappropriate,” she says.  

Handler has set tongues wagging this year with a flurry of NSFW selfies. On Tuesday, Handler nearly broke the Internet, wishing tennis star Maria Sharapova a happy birthday with a racy snap of herself holding a small bonsai tree to cover her lower bits. 

“Happy birthday to my bear @mariasharapova. Sending love from me and my bonsai. #tokyo,” she captioned the Instagram photo.  
In March, the Chelsea host also sent a skin-filled selfie to bestie Reese Witherspoon. Wearing only calf-length socks while posing in front of a mirror, Handler’s sexy birthday message for the actress gained thousands of likes and comments.

Handler may look like a natural when it comes to taking selfies, but admits that she would never send them if she was just a regular citizen, naked or not.

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“Would I do these things if I wasn’t famous? No. If I didn’t have something to promote, I wouldn’t. It’s just something you have to do right now," she reveals. "But once I got the hang of it, it has been fun to interact with fans."  

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Handler’s new streaming talk show, Chelsea, will debut on Netflix on May 11.