Celebrity Twitter Pics Of The Week! The Good, The Bad And The Outrageous

By Leah OrnsteinRadar Features Editor

Who were the most snap-happy stars of the week?

From inside the privacy of their bedrooms and their holiday celebrations to the city streets and exotic beaches, Hollywood’s most sizzling stars were not shy about sharing their personal photos on social media this week — for better or for worse! RadarOnline.com has all the good, the bad and the most outrageous Twitter photos of the week in our special Friday feature.

PHOTOS: The Good, The Bad & The Most Outrageous Celebrity Twitter Pics Of The Week

Jessica Simpson confirmed her second pregnancy on Christmas day while on vacation in Hawaii, tweeting a photo of her adorable daughter, Maxwell Drew, with the words “BIG SIS” scratched in the sand. The next day, Jess’ latest Weight Watchers ad was unveiled.

Here we go again! Chris Brown and Rihanna made their first public outing as a couple, hitting the Los Angeles Lakers vs. New York Knicks basketball game on Christmas day. Later that afternoon, RiRi tweeted a very sexy holiday photo for her fans of herself and her on-again off-again beau, captioning the image “ThugLife.”

‘Tis the season to be scandalous! Barely legal Courtney Stodden did her paring in “spreading some cheer this holiday season,” sharing an ultra racy snap with her followers, while Rita Ora showed off her bombshell bikini body while vacationing in the tropics with her family.

Heidi Klum sat on Santa Claus’ lap, while Katy Perry flaunted her own “Santa Baby” — beau John Mayer dressed up like Saint Nick.

And it was a very Kardashian Kristmas for reality television’s most talked about family! Despite talk of trouble in paradise between Kris and Bruce Jenner, the family, along with Kim’s boyfriend Kanye West, got together for their annual Christmas Eve bash, hitting the Los Angeles Clippers game the next day to support Lamar Odom.

For the rest of the good, the bad and the most outrageous Twitter photos of the week, click here.

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