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Keira Knightley Chanel Ad Causes Uproar For Being 'Too Sexy'

Keira Knightley Chanel Ad Causes Uproar For Being 'Too Sexy'
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8 Responses to “Keira Knightley Chanel Ad Causes Uproar For Being 'Too Sexy'”

  1. 1
    Zyanym_lublu_tebia_silnee Says:

    Yes, its true

  2. 2
    Janie Says:

    wait, are you talking about the same ad that’s been advertised for more than a year? on the motorbike, having pictures taken in the bedroom? that ad is sexy in a classy way and I don’t even like keira knightly. Why not pick on all the mothers who dress in short mini skirts and have their tits out. Stupid media.

  3. 3
    Frame Says:

    It has been ages since this parfume was advertised. And also in my country we don’t have problem with this commercial, you can see it on TV during the day. Actually I don’t find it to be too sexy. Why those people don’t judge the reality shows on MTV Uk which are more than vulgar an sexy?!

  4. 4
    Anne Says:

    Oh please! Come on! This add is beautiful and yes, sexy, but I doubt children under 8 get it. After 8 they are old enough to get some basic understanding on sexuality.
    People are becoming so annoyingly anal about sensuality.

  5. 5
    Katness Says:

    She is too sexy for every man.

  6. 6
    Ehsan Says:

    How can she be sexy when she has no boobs?!

  7. 7
    Lena Says:

    @Ehsan: So sexiness depends on the size of the breasts? Really? That’s disgusting.

  8. 8
    Ehsan Says:

    @Lena: Well… yeah! Only men know

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