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Can You Spy the Celebrity Camel Toe?

If you liked celebrity nip slips, you’ll love celebrity camel toe. Camel toe is a slang term that refers to the outline of a woman’s labia majora, as seen through tightly fitting clothes. The Frisky shows female celebrities from Lady Gaga to Heidi Klum,  flashing their camel toes for the world to see. Like the nip “slips,” I doubt that all of these are accidental, but they’re fun and titillating anyway. This is not the first post that I’ve done on celebrity camel toe. If you enjoyed this post check out my previous post on the topic 25 Shocking Moments in Celebrity Camel Toe. View gallery

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