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

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Jul. 27 2012, Published 1:00 p.m. ET

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By Leah Ornstein - RadarOnline.com Features Editor

It was a snap-happy week for Hollywood’s hottest stars!

Whether they were lounging around luxurious yachts in skimpy bikinis or experiencing embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions on the red carpet of the 2012 Teen Choice Awards, celebrities were not bashful about sharing their personal photos on social media. RadarOnline.com has all the good, the bad and the most outrageous Twitter pics of the week in our special Friday feature.

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From Rihanna’s sizzling Sardinia bikini body to Coco’s outrageous Thong Thursday photo of her bombshell booty, there was no lack of sexy on social media this week. Even Miley Cyrus posted a rather racy image of herself in a semi-compromising position reading a vintage Playboy magazine splashed with her pal Dolly Parton on the cover.

Kim Zolciak isn’t just a pretty face – she has a sense of humor too! The pregnant Tardy For the Wedding star shared a hilarious pic of her wig sunbathing in her backyard.

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And while Jordin Sparks showed off her 50-pound weight loss on the red carpet of the Teen Choice Awards, Francia Raisa experienced an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction, which she referred to as her “Marilyn Monroe moment.”

What other good, bad and outrageous Twitter photos were on our RadarOnline.com this week? Find out by clicking here.

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