Dear reader, you've been given your marching orders by none other than Jennifer
Lopez, who is telling you to proceed in the standard Western left-to-right direction
of the contents herein. Judging from the rather stern look on her face, she would
be pretty pissed if she knew you were staring at her booty right now. We, on the
other hand, completely understand.
Still, we must concur with the luscious Ms. Lopez that you must stop lollygagging
and get right to the issue at hand—CELEBRITY SKIN #90, a.k.a. At Your Request:
300 Filthy Photos Of The Stars You Begged To See! Yes, it's that time of year
when we throw open the gates of the asylum that is SKIN's headquarters and let
you, the inmates, take over.
You told us what you wanted, and we're giving it to you. Your drool-stained missives
(at least we hope it was drool) pleaded for Britnq Spears, and now that she's
legal, we're delivering with the most revealing pics available of the sexy singing
sensation. Britney's featured in our Sassy Celebutantes section, along with such
scorching young hotties as Shannon Elizabeth, Tara Reid, Reese Witherspoon, Denise
Richards, Bijou Phillips and Jessica Simpson.
Others among you clamored for celebs of a slightly more mature variety, and we
came through in our Bare-Naked All-Stars section, boasting such frequently nude
lovelies as Kate Winslet, Elizabeth Berkley, Courtney Love, Catherine Zeta-Jones,
Elizabeth Hurley, Angelina Jolie and Nicole Kidman.
Our overseas readers seemed to favor action films and the stars who shed their
clothes in them. We answered those Letters From Abroad with sizzling pics of Charlize
Theron, Sandra Bullock, Ashley Judd, Rose McGowan, Pamela Anderson, Bridget Fonda
and Natasha Henstridge.
We've also catered to some of our more, ahem, eclectic readers in our Unusual
Requests section, featuring such offbeat choices as Ellen Degeneres, Heather Mills,
Sandra Bernhard, Bruce Willis and Richard Gere (!?!?).
Finally, many of you asked to see how the stars of the new Charlie's Angels movie
stack up against their 1970s TV counterparts. See for yourself, beginning on pg.
76. And keep those cards and letters coming!