Chelsea Handler's Naked Butt Breaks The Internet

Posted: Nov 12 2014, 12:58pm CST | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News

 
Chelsea Handler's Naked Butt Breaks the Internet
Photo Credit: Chelsea Handler Instagram
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Today naked butts try to break the internet. It all started with Kim's butt.

As reported earlier, Kim Kardashian poses with a naked butt on the new cover of Paper magazine. The cover reads: "Break the Internet Kim Kardashian." The cover looks extremely photoshopped, but it trigged of course a big reaction on social media.

Comedian and TV host Chelsea Handler reacted with her photo of her own naked butt to Kim Kardashian's butt cover. She posted: "Can you believe more than 2 ass can fit on the same screen? Guess which one's real. Your move, Instagram." See the hilarious Instagram below. Handler is no stranger to naked internet controversy. Last month she posted a photo on Twitter sitting on a scooter with one of her breasts uncovered.

Did the internet break today because of all the naked butts? Not yet. The hashtag #BreakTheInternet is though trending in the United States.

This is not the first time Kim Kardashian shows us her naked behind.

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