R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe strips nude in an artsy home video (pics NSFW)

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Many female celebrities have secretly leaked nude photos or sex tapes of themselves to create a PR buzz without appearing like attention whores. Then there are the sext messages from guys like Chris Brown, who do not seem to mind when a former flame posts pictures of his horse penis online. But, no aging celebrity has yet to post a raw video of himself getting dressed and undressed in front of a stop-motion camera, at least until now.

R.E.M.'s lead singer, Michael Stipe, has been getting a lot of negative press for allegedly posting this revealing home video of himself, or a guy who looks like him. Bloggers describe these images as the celebrity nude photos you never wanted to see while simultaneously posting the photos for you to see. As a straight man I am not as much offended by the video as intrigued. From what I can tell, it seems as though Stipe placed a motion activated stop-motion camera near his vanity mirror to document what the musician sees of himself everyday before and after he goes out. It is raw, a bit hairy, and uncensored. If only for the fact that Stipe does not seem to be trying to impress anyone, the video and the pictures are kind of interesting. That and we all want to see what celebrities look like nude so we have something to compare with the image we face in the mirror everyday.

See a few screenshots from the more revealing moments of the video after the jump, or check out the streaming video for yourself here.

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