First, Orson Welles viral videos and now nude photos of Elizabeth Taylor. Not too surprisingly, the pic and the story are equally bogus. The London Telegraph has the story; the shot dates back to , when Taylor was just eight years old. Apparently, rumors that Taylor was the woman in the picture are not new. So there you go.
Elizabeth Taylor’s Only Known Nude Photo Released (see)
Elizabeth Taylor’s Only Known Nude Photo Released (see) – The NY Independent
A year-old photo of Elizabeth Taylor posing nude "from head to toe" for friend and actor Roddy McDowell has recently surfaced. The photo was made public by its owner, Jim Shaudis, in the wake of her March 23 death —which is sure to become an increasingly common practice after anyone who's ever posed for a nude photo dies. Taylor, then 24, posed with her eyes closed, kneeling and leaning slightly forward, with her head and tousled hair tilted toward the camera. The violet-eyed beauty presented the shot as an engagement gift to her third husband, producer Mike Todd, cited by some as the love of her romantically challenged life.
Just days after the death of one of the world's most photographed women a unique picture surfaced: a young and beautiful Elizabeth Taylor posing fully nude. That the star had allowed herself to be pictured naked raised eyebrows among fans and Hollywood historians as part of her allure was an unwillingness to be involved in explicit shots. But now it has emerged that the picture is almost certainly not of Taylor - and may well have been taken when the actress would have been eight. The naked "star" of the photograph is believed to be a minor Hollywood dancer, who had to be persuaded to strip for the shot by a photographer who went on to become one of the key chroniclers of the era of Hollywood glamour. Lohan: I can relate to Elizabeth Taylor.
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