JWoww Topless PHOTOS, Bares Bust For NOH8 Campaign
on Feb 27, 2013 11:28 AM EST
Jenni "JWoww" Farley posted sexy photos of herself on Instagram to show her support for the passage of proposition 8 in California. The Snooki and JWoww star posted images on Tuesday with duct tape across her mouth and her bare chest while holding her unbuttoned white shirt open. She also has the NOH8 logo written on her cheek.
The duct tape across the mouth is the signature move that other celebrities have done to support the cause. NOH8 Campaign is a non-profit whose mission is to promote marriage, gender and human equality through education and social media.
Many other celebrities have showed their support by being photographed with duct tape across their mouths including Kardashian sisters Kim, Kourtney and Khloe, LeAnn Rimes and Lindsay Lohan.
The last time JWoww exposed herself was accidentally when she had a wardrobe malfunction during her co-host gig with Snooki at MTV's New Year's Show in Times Square on Dec. 31.
Unfortunately, the New Jersey resident's mini-dress worked against her. The reality star's dress was so short that when photographers took shots of her from behind, they snapped an unflattering photo of JWoww bending over for a shot she later described as "vile."
JWoww was so upset by the image that went viral that she posted two videos on her Keek account to defend the picture. In the footage, JWoww spoke out against what she calls a "pretty disgusting" photo of her "derriere" from that night. She also made it clear that she was wearing underwear while hosting MTV's NYE special. She then stated that she "did not pull a Britney Spears!"
Season 2 of Snooki & JWoww airs Tuesdays on MTV at 8pm EST
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