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In today’s very special Christmas edition, I’ll be doing something a little different. No, it’s not penises and male nudity again. Not that Noomi Rapace is a stranger to nude scenes in film and television, but today we’ll have a look at some gratuitous nudity in a music video (which, by the way, is a trend that I sincerely hope continues). The video in question is the one for Doom and Gloom, the new song off of The Rolling Stones’ latest album, the eloquently titled, “GRRR!”.
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I was originally planning to take Christmas off, but then I remembered I have absolutely nothing going on in my life to justify that, so instead I scanned through Doom and Gloom, picking out frames from Noomi Rapace’s multiple nude shots and characters. Quite the renaissance woman, in the video, Noomi Rapace plays a fighter pilot, a 70s stewardess, a shotgun-wielding zombie hunter, a protester (or something), a cyberpunk dumpster-diving hobo, a regular hobo, a cash fetishist, a Latin American guerrilla, a leather-clad inmate, a cigar-chomping oil baron, a drunken socialite, a gluttonous hippie and a lacy hitchhiker. If this type of set-up seems strangely familiar, it’s because the video is directed by Jonas Åkerlund, the guy that does all of this century’s messed up music videos, including Lady Gaga’s Telephone and Rammstein’s Pussy.
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I won’t upload the video separately since it can be easily found on YouTube, but apart from the caps in the paragraph above, I’ve gone ahead and capped out all the naked moments from the video, which is probably what you’re here for. You can find those below. Now, keep in mind that almost all of these shots are very fast moving, so despite the 1080p source, the images will look a little blurry. Ain’t nothing I can do about that, but hopefully it won’t be too distracting. Merry Christmas y’all!