diablocody01.jpgWe’ve all heard plenty… and I mean PLENTY about Diablo Cody the screenwriter. She’s been on Oprah. She’s been on the radio. She won a freakin’ Oscar. And yes, we all heard that she was once a stripper.But in my humble opinion, we haven’t heard enough about Diablo Cody the stripper. After all, one glance at her proudly displayed tattoo and that Oscar dress she was wearing (which she so demurely held with her free hand so as to not give America an internationally broadcast upskirt), and you know she had to be one hell of an exotic dancer.Thanks to our friends at Egotastic, we can now catch a glimpse of Diablo Cody in her former glory. Yes, like the nudies of Lindsay Lohan and Dr. Laura, the Internet has the power to take off ladies shirts.Check out the pics at Egotastic. But be warned, even though she used to work at Larry Flint’s renowned all-nude Deja Vu, these are actually pretty tame.But they did pique my interest… especially the one with her in the corset and the dreadlocks on the couch. Anyone who knows me knows that I fully appreciate the trashy chicks in these clubs. And Diablo Cody looks like she had that whole trashy part down. She’s attractive, but not gorgeous. Pretty enough and in good enough shape to warrant being on stage, but not so hot that she couldn’t just stand there and have guys throw tip money at her.Okay… I’m sharing waaaaaaaay too much here.My only hope is that this doesn’t become a trend for this year’s Oscar winners to emerge in the buff on the web. While I wouldn’t mind a nice cheesecake photo spread of Marion Cotillard, I cringe at the thought of the Coen Brothers letting it all hang out.

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