Jessica Lowndes is see-through and other news

May 5th, 2010 // 50 Comments

- Babies make it all better. [Lainey Gossip]

- Jay Leno makes Team Coco joke about Times Square bomber. Classy! [PopEater]

- Elisabeth Hasselbeck is slowly realizing she should probably never speak. [Dlisted]

- Jessica Simpson could’ve been a contender. [DrunkenStepfather: Site is NSFW]

- Jennifer Aniston in short shorts. [HollywoodTuna]

- Taylor Swift musters up some cleavage. [Popoholic]

- Charlie Sheen gives Denise Richards full custody. [TheFABlife]

- Courtney Love hates Fred Durst now. [StarPulse]

- Gabrielle Union is being sued for home-wrecking. [Bossip]

- How the hell is Ashton Kutcher at this event? [Amy Grindhouse]

- Julia Louis-Dreyfus name misspelled on her Hollywood star. [Socialite Life]

- Pamela Anderson kicked off DWTS. [ICYDK]

- Michelle Bombshell would “consider” having sex with a black guy. [Huffington Post]

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  1. First from Trinidad!

  2. Jason

    Ok, this lady is hot. Now, who is she?

  3. Mcfeely Smackup

    jesus christ. You’re like fucking children.

    that is NOT a see through dress. there is a “flesh colored” under layer to it, only the outer part is see through. You’re looking at a tight, flesh colored dress through a gauzy one. you can see the wrinkles, and you might notice what you DON’T see…

  4. OK, this just looks like Megan Fox without tattoos which is a good thing if you like Megan Fox but don’t care for her tattoos.

    As for me, I prefer to rub one out to men because I just like a little gayness when I am jerking off. In fact I just jerked off to Tom Cruise this morning while I was watching Magnolia. I nutted twice in 30 minutes to the scene when he is speaking to the crowd of guys and telling them to respect the cock.

    Respect the cock. That is my new motto.

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    Mitch

  5. VanDammit

    She’s from 90210 and has an upcoming movie called Altitude. And that dress is not as see through as it should be.

    V

  6. Deacon Jones

    Hmm, I wonder how many cocks she sucked on to get her gig. If I was head of casting and she walked in the door, I would sit there and just repeat “Balloon Knot” until she got the hint.

  7. Sport

    Courtney Love is hysterical.
    She is only relevant because of her dead heroin laced husband – yet she has the balls (literally) to poke fun at others for not being real rockers.

  8. chuck

    Deacon
    Funny, a little George Takei / Sirius stern humor
    BaBa Booey to ya

  9. Rough to the bone

    Haven’t seen top shelve such as her on this site in a while…Keep who she bangs private, don’t want to ruin thingz…

  10. Wow, what a beautiful girl. Look at those eyes! And that dress is not see-through, Fish. Ya fuckin’ child.

  11. Tek

    … uhh, I don’t know who she is but please post more of her. MOAR!

  12. gen

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    Hahahaha, you’re on a roll today

  13. Mike Tyson

    She is hotter than Megan Fox.

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  15. Jay Leno makes Team Coco joke about Times Square bomber. Classy! PopEater – Elisabeth Hasselbeck is slowly realizing she should probably never speak.

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  19. Darth

    What do you get when you mix Nicky Hilton with Megan Fox..

  20. captain america

    …………………most americans, like thisone, don’t know it any more.

  21. the people that like them must have no good taste in women once so ever!

  22. Rhialto

    This is the best see-through without seeing anything i’ve seen ever before.

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  25. Doc Schweinstrudel

    wow she looks much better with this hairstyle than that auburn shorter hair they made her wear at BH90210. But that’s so I guess she wouldn’t look like that other HOTT Silver girl from the show who I first thought she was by looking at this photo

  26. josh

    And who is she ?

  27. She is beautiful, like I said before. Though I find it ironic the back of her upper thighs look the same as Bar’s…yet she doesn’t get a “lashing”. Odd.

  28. OnTheRealThough

    Oh yes, yes, yes!!!

    This girl is blossoming into a bangerrrrrrrrr!! She didn’t look anything like this when I first saw her on that horrible show. GROWIN’ UP!

    My biggest weakness may be the beautiful light-skin girl with black hair and light eyes.

    Another may be the caramel-skin girl with the light brown/blonde hair & hazel eyes combo too.

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  33. wow she is very sexy

  34. where is she from?

  35. It is not so see through, I couldn’t see anything. Another thing is that this dress is quite ugly, I don’t like this style at all.

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