Oops: AnnaLynne McCord tweets topless photo to fan!
AnnaLynne McCord, star of The CW's 90210, is hot on the blogosphere this week after inadvertently sending a private, topless photo to a fan on Twitter.
Careful what you tweet!
AnnaLynne McCord is the latest celebrity tweeter awarded a certificate of completion from the Ashton Kutcher Post Now, Delete Later School of Social Networking now that her nipples are Googleable.
The blonde bombshell was left shamefaced Monday, after she accidentally sent a topless photo of herself to a fan on Twitter.
What is it with all these 90210 stars inadvertently flashing their groove thangs on Twitter?
Last year, Dean McDermott -- the husband of original Beverly Hills, 90210-er Tori Spelling -- accidentally posted her private bits online. Now McCord, star of The CW's 90210 remake, has sent a similarly revealing photo to a random fan on the microblogging site.
"This is for you @meganraee You rock! Xxx A," the 24-year-old blonde wrote along with the pic, which showed her exposed nipple.
AnnaLynne quickly realized her mistake. She took the pic down and replaced it with a more PG cropped version. But not before the original made its way into cyberspace thanks to a ton of retweets!
"Hahaha! Megan, you feel like sharing?" AnnaLynne cracked to the fan. "Very funny I actually LOL-ed xxxA."
We say get a good look at AnnaLynne while you still can. If the hottie has her way, her name won't be featured in the 90210 opening credits for much longer.
Last May, McCord spoke at length about her desire to eventually leave the hit series in favor of pursuing a movie career: Yeah -- because we all remember how well things went when Mischa Barton ditched The OC in search of similar film fame.
"Honestly, after about three years on a show, you're like, 'Thank you very much for giving me a step up. Now can I go do movies?' We love our job and we love our fans especially, but you're always ready for that moment when you can break free," AnnaLynne said.
"Being on a show is awesome. You have guaranteed work, it's wonderful and the money is great, but at the same time you miss out on projects. There have been several movies I couldn't do and I really loved the script and wanted to be a part of them. And it just didn't happen because I was working on the show. There's always the ying [sic] and yang of it."