Salma Hayek And Dolly Parton Titled For The Most-Searched N*de Celebs

There are a couple of huge reasons why Salma Hayek and Dolly Parton topped this year’s list of most-searched bold celebrities — they’re worldwide stars with k!ller figures.

Mr. Skin, famous for aggregating and categorizing all of Hollywood’s famous bold scenes, has released their “Ere-ction 2020” results for the most-searched bold  stars on their popular platform.

It’s no surprise that Salma Hayek tops Mr. Skin’s list, as her famous as-sets have been idolized by fanboys going back to her “De-sperado” days.

According to a statement from Mr. Skin: “[The] clear winner this year – the ‘President Erect’ – is Salma Hayek, who won the popular vote in 11 states for her standout work in 11 bold roles, 14 bold scenes, 11 ba-re br*ast scenes, six ba-re bu*t scenes and one full frontal (for Frida).”

Mr. Skin put together an infographic of the 50 states, which also shows stars that earned honorable mentions; including Jessica Biel, Daisy Ridley, Ana de Armas, Margot Robbie and Rachel McAdams.Despite having zero bold scenes, 74-year-old Dolly Parton was second most-searched celebrity, gaining a ton of traction in states like Lousiana, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Tennessee.

The bold celebrity pros also noted some interesting celebrities that po-pped up in some states, including:”Amy Adams for North Dakota, Amy Schumer for Hawaii, Drew Barrymore for Arkansas, OG Wonder Woman Lynda Carter for Kentucky, Omarosa Manigault for Rhode Island, Pam Grier for Mississippi, The Brady Bunch’s Maureen McCormick for Delaware and ho*ror queen Sheri Moon Zo-mbie for West Vi-rginia.”

According to Mr. Man, “Based on the she-er number of searches and page views,” Nick Jonas has been crowned “President.”Other big men on the list included, “Zac Efron, with the backing of eight states, including California, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, and Washington. Superman’s Henry Cavill brought in the votes in four states: Idaho, Kansas, North Dakota, and Wisconsin.”