NSFW! Celebrities who stripped down in 2016

The words "naked" and "celebrities" just go hand in hand.

Hollywood stars stripped down during numerous occasions this year -- and of course we couldn't resist taking a look at the sexy snaps.

Former "Blurred Lines" video vixen Emily Ratajkowski filled our Instagram feeds with numerous sexy selfies in 2016 ... and more times than not, it involved barely any clothing.

John Stamos made our jaws drop with a photo that showed off his chiseled abs, but he kept it classy by covering his you know what.

But leave it to Kim Kardashian to start a naked selfie revolution. She even inspired Sharon Osbourne to post a cheeky snap of her own!

Just a forewarning ... the following slideshow may have too much hotness to handle:

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There's just too much hotness to handle in this photo ... "Fuller House" star John Stamos flashed his chiseled abs but chose to keep it PG by covering his you know what ...

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Goodness gracious! Gigi Hadid stripped down to nothing as the sexy covergirl of Vogue Paris.

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Kylie Jenner wished her beau Tyga a happy birthday with one of the most NSFW couples photo we've ever seen.

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And Kylie Jenner's racy snap continues with this one ... in which she's covered entirely in blue body paint.

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Heidi Klum stripped down to nothing but her bikini bottoms while taking a casual dip in the pool. 

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Alicia Silverstone got naked for a good cause for a PETA ad. The former "Clueless" star's hot body was on full display on a New York City billboard.

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It's wasn't a complete week in 2016 without a racy snap from Emily Ratajkowski! The "Blurred Lines" video vixen stripped down to nothing in this jaw-dropping photo ... but there's definitely more where that came from.

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This Kim Kardashian nude photo is pretty self-explanatory ... she captioned this one "#liberated."

One of the most controversial naked pics of 2016 came from Miss Kardashian herself. "When you're like I have nothing to wear LOL," she captioned the snap.

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Sharon Osbourne was "inspired" by Kim Kardashian to take a racy selfie of her own!

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Sexy lady! Bella Hadid freed the nipple for her French Vogue cover. 

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Candice Swanepoel dared to bare her baby bump. Pregnant or not, the Victoria's Secret model always looks incredible!

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Of course hot photos while taking a bubble bath is a must for Mariah Carey.

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Chrissy Teigen gave the ultimate birthday present to one of her best pals -- a naked pic.

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Khloe Kardashian has been flaunting her revenge bod on Instagram all year long -- and we're not complaining!

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Halle Berry made her Instagram debut in jaw-dropping fashion -- with a classy naked photo, of course!

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"Modern Family" star Ariel Winter made headlines throughout 2016 over her racy outfits ... but this photo takes the cake.

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Only Chelsea Handler would be ballsy enough to wish Reese Witherspoon a happy birthday with a naked selfie!

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Comedian Amy Schumer raised awareness for gun safety with a head-turning snap that she took in a perfect angle as to not reveal too much.

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Just a man with his coffee! Josh Brolin enjoyed his morning beverage sans clothes ... and we don't see a problem with that.

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Singer Jake Shears kicked off 2016 with a bang ... and a naked booty shot! Who knows what 2017 will bring ...

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Former "Dancing With the Stars" contestant Mischa Barton oozed sex appeal in her shirtless snap during her trip to Greece.

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