E! counted down the top 10 unfiltered, regretful and embarrassing celebrity social media moments on the special, "Worst Thing I Ever Posted."
'Worst Thing I Ever Posted': The No. 1 celeb social media blunder
NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 14: Geraldo Rivera (R) interviews Shirley MacLaine during her visit to FOX News Channel's America's News Headquarters at FOX Studios on November 14, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by D Dipasupil/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 11: Geraldo Rivera attends the Love Heals 2014 Gala at Four Seasons Restaurant on March 11, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Daniel Zuchnik/WireImage)
President of the Puerto Rican Independence Party Ruben Berrios and television personality Geraldo Rivera walk together during an interview at the U.S. Navy's live munition target practice area in Vieques, Puerto Rico Saturday, Nov. 6, 1999. Rivera arrived in his parents' homeland Saturday with human rights activists to report on "the other side" of the debate on the U.S. practice bombings on the island. (AP Photo/Ricardo Figueroa)
Television personality Geraldo Rivera, 60, and his bride Erica Michelle Levy, 28, exchange vows during their wedding ceremony at Central Synagogue in New York, Sunday Aug, 10, 2003. It is the fifth marriage for Rivera. The bride was previously a producer of "Rivera Live" on CNBC, where she met Rivera. This is her first marriage. (AP Photo)
Photo of talk show host Geraldo Rivera who was injured in a melee Thursday, November 3, 1988, during a taping of his show. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
Television personality Geraldo Rivera and wife Erica Levy attend the Latino 2009 Inaugural Gala at Union Station on Sunday, Jan. 18, 2009 in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Agostini)
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So who topped that list? Geraldo Rivera, proving that bad judgement knows no age. Back in July, Rivera posted a near-naked selfie on Twitter.
Other contenders for most embarrassing celebrity moment were Kim Kardashian, Amanda Bynes and Justin Bieber ... but they all fell short of Rivera's nakedness.
Rivera's decision to tweet after drinking too much tequila had some repercussions.
"A spokesperson for the Pittsburgh school said the 70-year-old's photo was 'inappropriate and not in line with the school's values as a Catholic university.' Rivera called the cancellation 'pretentious censorship.'"
Fans on Twitter were loving the show, saying it was pretty hilarious and entertaining.