She’s not shy when it comes to posting controversial photos to her Instagram page but this time, comedian Chelsea Handler has stripped off for a good cause.
The Hollywood star took to her Instagram account to upload a video showing her topless, with Canadian flag stickers strategically placed to cover her modesty as she skied through snow with nothing but a helmet and pair of undies on.
The video was in celebration of her 46th birthday, however it was also aimed at grabbing people’s attention so she could urge them to donate to the organisation Can'd Aid, who are helping deliver clean drinking water to people in Texas.
In the footage, Chelsea can be seen with both an American flag and a Canadian flag attached to her helmet. She also appears to be carrying a drink of water as she effortlessly slides down the snow-covered slope.
“It’s important to stay hydrated as well as relaxed, and it’s also important to celebrate your body no matter what age or size,” Chelsea wrote alongside the video.
“This is 46 (with some peptides) and as I transition into a mountain woman I want to give a big shout out to the two countries I have the strongest ties to.
“America could learn a lot from Canada and Canada has learned a lot from America, and I’m learning that no matter what country I’m in, I like to take my clothes off and smile.”
She went on to ask her followers (if they could afford it) to donate any amount of money to Can'd Aid in honour of her birthday, saying: “Giving is living.”
Chelsea is a fan of posting topless snaps to her Instagram account and thrilled her fans when she wished them all a Happy Christmas over the holidays with another shoot.
“Merry Christmas to one and all!,” she captioned a picture, which showed her in a blow-up boat in her pool, wearing a pair of black bikini bottoms and nothing but a set of red and green nipple pasties protecting her modesty.
She also recently stripped down naked in the snow to promote reading books during the coronavirus pandemic.
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