Ted Danson has done it, but Alyssa Milano and Valerie Bertinelli said they’d never do it. So what is “it”? The art of skinny-dipping.
“Yes I have,” Ludacris admitted to “Access Hollywood.” “I have my own pool. Do that all the (time).”
“By yourself?” “Access’” Shaun Robinson asked.
“Not always,” Ludacris laughed.
Sometimes taking it all off and diving in nude comes with a price. Just ask “Heroes” star Ali Larter!
“There was a magical evening in (the) Hawaiian sea ... turtles floating around. It was one of those things where my dress went off, I went in, my boyfriend went after me and a jellyfish got me,” Larter confessed.
Yes, that’s right! Ali’s risqué swim, sent her to the ER!
“I was in the hospital for like 10 hours. I grew up in Jersey so I’m used to it, but this was a lethal, horrible jellyfish and if I could get it, I would destroy it now,” she stated.
Lauren Graham also took the sexy plunge as a Virginia teenager and confessed she broke the law to do it.
“We would go pool hopping which is like incredibly dangerous and you know, illegal,” she explained. “The process of jumping over people's fences and seeing how many pools you can break into in one night (was our thing) ... Part of our family tradition is to go skinny-dipping in the middle of the night.”
“Damages” star Tate Donovan’s long history of skinny-dipping has landed him in hot water.
“Me and my girlfriend, outside Boston we went skinny-dipping and they busted it so bad,” he said. “They made us stand nude and they shined lights on my girlfriend most of the time, which was very disappointing.”