So who’s ready to be depressed? And we mean really, REALLY depressed? Well the bad news is that you can get that depressed thanks to the very bleak and very excellent new season of The Handmaid’s Tale which is now streaming online for subscribers. And when we say bleak, we really mean it in a “abandon all hope, ye who enter here” kind of a way. But the good news is that bleak and depressing is not the Celebrity Pass way and we are going to make damn sure that this is a place of enjoyment when it comes to sexy nude celebrities and that’s why we are turning the Celebrity Spotlight right on these Elisabeth Moss fake nude pictures!
Now we are not so dense around here that we are ignorant of the irony of a show about women being exploited and powerless creating the opportunity for us to gawk at fake pictures of naked celebrities but c’mon just go with it. The Handmaid’s Tale is one of the most acclaimed shows on television right now but considering it is about a viciously brutal patriarchal society where women are essentially brood mares, it’s not a lot of laughs. So we’re just trying to enjoy what we can, especially when we’re enjoying Elisabeth Moss naked.
On The Handmaid’s Tale, Elisabeth Moss is continuing to build a reputation as one of the finest actresses of her generation. She already dazzled people on Mad Men and then in Top of the Lake but this show has really allowed her to shine as a victim of the violence being forced to bare children of the rich and politically connected. It’s a difficult role and she is amazing in it with critics raving about her even as they are put off by how dark the show can be.
And the truth is with Elisabeth being such an acclaimed actress, people tend to forget just how attractive she is. Well we can use these fake images to try and make people focus on her hotness with all of these fakes showing off the loveliness of Elisabeth Moss nude. She is talented and sexy and everything in between and it’s all coming together with this fake display that will bring smiles and enjoyment to our readers even if Handmaid’s Tale does not