Hollywood Superstars Without Underwear

These celebs don't mind going commando! From Jennifer Lawrence to Reese Witherspoon, many stars have taken the bold choice to ditch their undergarments. Click through the shocking gallery!

Kacey Musgraves

Risky business! Kacey Musgraves rocked a silver sequined dress with sheer panels onstage at the 2014 CMA Awards in Nashville on Nov. 5. The country singer admitted to ditching her undergarments right before her big performance.

Lily Aldridge

No undies necessary! The Victoria's Secret model dared to go bare in a black Calvin Klein Collection gown with sheer detailing at the 2014 CMA Awards in Nashville on Nov. 5.

Katy Perry

At the 2014 ARIA Awards on Nov. 26, the "Dark Horse” singer gave her Aussie fans an eyeful in a completely sheer netted skirt, strategically censored thanks to the addition of black and purple floral appliqués.

Kate Hudson

The Wish I Was Here actress's sizzling red Atelier Versace dress, sliced with swirling cutouts from top to bottom, kept no secrets when she donned it to the designer's haute couture show during Paris Fashion Week on Jan. 25, 2015.

Jennifer Lopez

The “Booty” singer revealed her butt in a sheer Versace gown at the Met Gala 2015.

Alexandra Daddario

The San Andreas star went bold at the June 2015 screening of Bury the Ex, skipping undergarments to wear a sexy Donna Karan gown with sheer panels at the chest and hips.

Karlie Kloss

In July 2015, the American model ditched her knickers to don a lavender Versace dress—first at the Italian fashion house's runway during Paris Fashion Week, then straight to the amfAR Gala that same day!

Jennifer Lopez

No panties, please! Lopez celebrated her 46th birthday by showcasing her famous curves—including that booty!—in a little black Bao Tranchi dress with sheer panels that revealed her no-underwear policy for the night on July 25, 2015, in Southampton, N.Y.

Rita Ora

No panties to see here! The "Body on Me" singer attended the Atelier Versace fashion show afterparty in Paris on January 24 wearing a design inspired by the just-debuted spring 2016 collection. The elaborate red number featured cutouts and rope details.

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